The readiness to scold and meddle in the business of people in other states is part of a general impulse statists have to centralize government--a totalitarian bent. It it anything but liberal, and it shows a disregard of individual liberties that is un-American to the core.
If you, or any other right wingers, choose to not exercise the rights they have to engage in the political process, that is more than fine by me. Maybe it explains why the right is on the losing side so often. So I won't try to dissuade you from that choice.Being a conservative, I don't presume to try to tell people in other states how they should live. The laws and policies they choose to live by do not concern me. If most people in a state want to make laws that require dog owners to diaper their pets in public places, prohibit retail stores from opening on Sundays, allow public accommodations to refuse service based on sexual orientation, or any other damn thing, that's their lookout.
What I took issue with was your claim that the laws of one state are no business of the people of another - a claim which is obviously untrue no matter how many times you try to draw attention away from your mistake with talk about "authority", "statists" or what choices you have made.
To the extent that the laws of one state affect the people of another, those law *are* the business of those people. To misportray these people exercising their right to engage in politics as "scolding" and "meddling" is merely an pitiful attempt to use emotive language because rational arguments will not support your argument which is in contradiction to american principles.