It's just the way you wish society to be. The important thing to consider would be why you have communist leanings.
Is it because you value the well being of the group, team effort and community? Because you think it's the most fair? Most practical or efficient? Simply because it's the lesser of evils?
Simply having an idea of the perfect society won't make you Social. I've read enough of your posts to know that you have very strong political leanings and has probably built a perfect libertarian utopia in your head. Usually you use your selfishness to justify these beliefs, but I'm sure they're also founded on a sense of fairness and what's right and wrong, no? If so, then both of you have your ideas of the ideal society based on subjective ethics, and the only difference would be that @pinkgraffiti believes that sharing is caring whilst you do not, and according to you that would be enough to peg him/her as So dom. I think we need to look at the reasons why pinkgraffiti is a communist. Perhaps you know them, but all I saw was "communist = So dom", and I wanted to question that.
Most communists don't believe in profit. Nothing would be taken away from them.someone who is not inclined to contemplate/consider the greater social sphere is not likely to see giving up over half their income for the sake of society as a fair arrangement (especially a Social last Id type. Social last 7s and 8s are unapologetically hedonistic and would never tolerate sacrificing their excess capital as would be mandated by communism). this would require a very "no man is an island" mindset that is quite foreign to a Social laster
I'm not too well read on the subject, but communists believe in collective ownership (at least of the means of production) while many (most?) forms of anarchism still endorse private ownership and a monetary system. It's difficult to make such blanket statements about anarchists though; Many aspects of many schools of anarchism overlap with communism (anarchism is usually considered a far left-ideology), but you can find anarchists at both ends of the collectivism/individualism spectrum.this is part of what has always confused me about communism. no government = anarchy. anarchy is pretty far from communism and typically one of the most inequitable systems I can think of.