I gagged last Saturday when President Boyd K. Packer of the LDS Quorum of the Twelve said: "Tolerance is a virtue, but, like all virtues, when exaggerated it transforms itself into a vice. We need to be careful of the 'tolerance trap' so that we are not swallowed up in it."
Although not specific, it was clear that Packer was speaking of same-sex marriage, and he and his fellow leaders are anything but tolerant on this issue. Tolerance isn't to endure something you can't change. No, it is "to allow to be done without prohibition, hindrance; to put up with."
Tolerance is to allow something, even if you don't like it; to live and let live. If you eschew alcohol because you believe it's wrong, tolerance is supporting laws that allow others to drink. Prohibition wasn't tolerance; it was intolerance.