Just like all "non american liberals", you fail to get the full picture of reality.
Let me rephrase this for the sake of our discussion: leftists wanna drug themselves as well as to sell dubious subtances without fearing jail and so do you, be able to kill the unborn out of convenience and so do you; even abolish rooted concepts of basic biology in public and private spaces if at all possible, to which you, as a liberal, should have no qualms with... See? You might perfectly argue that you, Berazategui, are not into any of those things and simply want the government to stop interfering in people's lives, yet none of your words based on negative rights and insults can prove me wrong. Despite the different means and justifications, both liberals (your vision of liberal) and progressives (north american "liberals" if you will) are essentially after the same end in this regard. Literally the only thing that speaks exclusively to you is economy-related topics (you despise taxes; leftists love them). It's like siding with one of your enemies because you two hate an ascending third party.
Have you ever wondered why leftism sounds much more appealing to the average citizen than your liberalism? Because left leaning activists make their presence known in every other sphere of our society with the clear intention to shape and subvert the immature/weak minded into collectivist ideologies, generation upon generation, whereas all you have to share is this grumpy, powerless economic perspective no one gives two shits about except your clique. In other words, by refusing to brawl on more than just one front (the economy), liberals like you do nothing but help the left grow in Brazil. It's no coincidence that libertarianism is getting more popular at the expense of liberalism. And if it wasn't for the selfsame conservatives "who are not necessarily right wing", no matter if they're faithfully for small governments, guns, private property, meritocracy and so on, we'd have it much worse for sure.
The entire Latin America is drowned in cultural marxism and there you are, expecting us all to "try and make the economy a priority". Are you seriously from this part of the world? Because if so, life hasn't taught you one bit.