I don't see how these two things are incompatible, social leaders can preach individual responsibility and positive social values while also supporting government safety nets and investment. Obama presided over largest expansion of health insurance of any president since LBJ.
I also don't think the description on the right of coal towns is accurate. Yes some politicians pander that way, but the lowest male life expectancy in America is in West Virginia coal towns. Government hasn't done anything of significance for those people.
The best example of this is Bolsa Familia which pairs the responsibility on parents to get their kids vaccinated and school attendance up with cash transfers . I don't see individual and social responsibility as diametrically opposed https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/apr/11/2020-presidential-candidates-welfare-reform-universal-basic-income
US presidential candidates can’t afford to ignore welfare reform | Zaid Jilani
The number of Americans living on less than $2 a day has doubled from 1996 to 2015 – and researchers point to the law as one of the drivers of extreme povertyhttps://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/apr/11/2020-presidential-candidates-welfare-reform-universal-basic-income