No. You're putting it in your perspective, which is a very narrow way to analyze anything social.
Honestly, I respect and applaud your management of your T2 D exclusively with diet and exercise. It's something I simply can't do: I'm not willing to make the dietary sacrifices required. Not willing at all.
It's why I chose to start using insulin as a T2 -- not because I was forced to by my doctor. I wanted much better control, with the freedom to still, well, have pizza (pizza is a proxy for much more gastronomically and socially).
Frankly, your attitude is actually a threat to me. It encourages and supports the current T2 treatment approach, which is a complete disaster.
The goal should always the same: Holistic, life-encompassing, cure. Or as close as possible. This means, if I can live and eat healthy without restriction, any treatment that facilitates that. Afrezza does. Standard diet/exercise T2 treatment does not, for a supermajority of T2s.
Bottom line: You and I can achieve the same level of overall health, BMI, and (maybe) BG control. I will be enjoying pizza, cake and ice cream at parties, decadent meals on my birthday with garlic mashed potatoes, and on and on... And you will not -- unless you re-examine your views on this.
Some people, perhaps a lot of T2s will mis-use Afrezza to support their gluttony. So what? People mis-use Xanax, Valium, Percocet, and oodles of other fantasic therapies when used correctly. Why should Afrezza be any different?
Some D's will abuse it. That's not "sending the wrong message" -- that's abusing it. It is no reason to screw people like me.