There's no need to strut our egos in pointless or off-topic vanity posts after this fellow wrapped it up for us at #4:

Quote Originally Posted by Felis Leo View Post
Well, it depends. Should non-disabled people have any say as to what laws are passed regarding handicapped accessibility for public accommodations and businesses? Should people who are not minorities have any say about passing anti-discrimination laws? Should non-billionaires and non-millionaires be involved in discussing how taxes are to be apportioned against the highest income earners?

I will stop with the rhetorical questions. Yes, everyone who has access to the franchise (i.e., can who can legally vote for representatives and on legislation) should be involved in discussions of public policy, even ones in which they may not be directly affected.