Originally Posted by Bliss Sage
Well, those things aren't politics either and if a politician sees fit to take one of those issues up, it still doesn't make the issue politics, like eating meat is politics. There's nothing political to discuss about it. If you have a moral objection about eating animals, you stop eating them, if you have a moral objection to ruining the environment or buying clothes made by children, you do what research you need to and you implement your plan to not contribute to it, just like Erin and Steve don't eat animals so that they will not cause them to suffer. Those things are not politics and discussing them, either under a heading of politics or otherwise, does not amount to progress.
Is that what you meant to say, Bliss Sage, that it does not amount to progress to talk about things like eating meat or conscientious economics or environmental concerns? and that they are not political topics?