No. Not true. I have only said you have no right to violate another’s rights. The potential can never supersede the actual. You have no right to pursue your happiness that violates the rights others. This is the principle upon which laws must be objectively based. Just as I have the right to write ever I wish, but no right to force others to read it for their own good, I have the right to use any drug, but not the right to force others to partake in my drug use, and conversely, you have the right not to partake in any drug use, but not the right to prevent others. Another example, even simplier: I have the right to free speech, that doesn’t mean I can stand on my lawn with a blow horn and scream vulgar names at my neaighbor, not because society says, not because it violates community standards, not because the majority demands it, but because it’s a violation of my neighbor’s right to peace and quiet on his property. Individual rights are limited only by the principle of individual rights and must never be the the will of the majority. The individual is sovereign over his own soul, and rights are inviolable.