Couldn’t have said it better.1> Money should always flow to where it's use is most efficient. Always.
2> The person spending that money should always be the one to make that determination (not government). Always
3> Milton Friedman was not a Libertarian, though he did a lot of work trying to balance the libertarians' desire for a small, less intrusive government with environmental, public safety, the food and drug administration, and other issues.
4> It's not really particularly feasible to engage with you on this subject. Quite frankly, your biases and ignorance preclude rational discussion.