All old people are just part of a political movement. We should stop giving them age-related benefits like social security and medicare and let them freely embrace the fact that they are a money-making entertainment-providing political action committee.
Don't forget the handicapped. There are handicapped lobbyists, and lobbyists for handicapped. Being handicapped is a political movement!
The fallacy that you think you have made a point here. It's been good entertainment, we have added age and handicapped status and charisma to those things which are politics. We can keep going and fully show the absurdity of your argument if you want.
Like any question asked about a gigantic population or multifaceted thing, the answer can only be "it depends." That is, unless you enjoy ignoring whatever evidence doesn't fit your own convenient narrative.
But even Muslim stands a better chance than atheist. The whole thing about being a "christian" nation, about having to be Christian to get into high public office, etc. show that Christianity is entangled into the political process. And regardless of whether or not people want to admit that, how does that mean that they can't be immune to hate speech? I still don't see how anyone is immune to hate speech. You can't punish hate speech less someone is also infringing upon the rights of others in the process.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville