Why? Because at least in part I oppose capitalism, and by exercising my First Amendment right I may possibly hurt commerce. UnAmerican, I tell you.
"Capitalism is incompatible with a truly ecological civilization because it is a system that must continually expand, promoting consumption beyond human needs, while ignoring the limits of nonrenewable resources (the tap) and the earth’s waste assimilation capacity (the sink). As a system of possessive individualism it necessarily promotes greed, individualism, competitiveness, selfishness, and an Après moi le déluge philosophy."
~ My Source
And, yes, "apres moi le deluge" (sans accents) is from Karl Marx.
Competition can be healthy, and individualism is part of what makes us human, but we take it too far. I don't want to crush the human spirit, but I think a little selflessness would be awesome. If you don't believe in selflessness, then think about the economic theories that demonstrate that sometimes what is best for all of us is best for each of us, instead of the Randian inverse myth.
Trade is good.
Technology can be used for good.
Communities are best.
Worshipping life (and doing ANYTHING to extend it) is bad.
Worshipping growth is bad.