The problem is, there's really no reason for the government to take over an industry that already (A) provides a valuable boost to the economy and is well-regulated to begin with (people having to pay for licenses and, in some areas, rent booths or stalls to hunt from, for example); and (B) doesn't pose any real detriment to the environment or to the economy/society. Libertarians will tell you that it's just less cost-efficient to take people who are spending their
It seems like your problem is simply my vegetarianism. You haven't pointed to a flaw in the enactment of what I proposed: dramatically increased, state-funded sterilization efforts. I know my solution wouldn't be very agreeable to non-vegetarians, but I was hoping that people would focus on analyzing my proposed solution from a perspective of effectiveness and feasibility (even if they disagree with the vegetarian philosophy). Also, I know my proposition wouldn't go over well today, but society is dynamic and maybe someday, we will move closer to what I have in mind.