In a democracy, they vote to whatever the majority pleases, without regard to whether or not it is moral.
And the vast majority has decided that ability to pay is releveant, and cross subsidization is acceptable.
That does not make it morally right. Nor does it imply that I have no right to petition for a redress of grievances.
If you don't like it, move to Hong Kong.
If you don't like being revealed as morally corrupt, then don't listen to what I have to say (although it doesn't seem like you really did, anyway).
We are NOT a democracy!!! Now I know you are a Demo!
And if the vast majority decides that handguns must be banned, or that you're not allowed to be a Methodist in this country, should gun owners and Methodists just have to leave?
You’re mistaken in referring to our form of government as a democracy. It is a REPUBLIC; there’s a vast difference in how our rights and IF our rights are respected. Our country is being run as if it’s a democracy and that’s one of the reasons we are in such trouble. Unfortunately, our public fool system has “taught” everyone that it is a democracy for many years now and it seems to be generally accepted as fact. Even the pledge of allegiance refers to our government as a republic.