Just because I don’t put as high a priority on an issue as you do doesn’t mean I’m stupid or that I don’t care.
And it doesn’t mean that I’m immoral. This judgment on morality usually came from religious ideologues… Christian priests or Muslim clerics. But today, religious-level conviction has seeped into non-religious political issues. Best leave that righteous indignation in the church and mosques. After all, they have an all-powerful God backing them up.
So no, I’m not immoral. You’re not moral. Or vice versa. We simply don’t agree.
And that’s ok. Because that’s were a discussion starts. One that must be had. It leads to an even better perspective, broadening each of our beliefs, where we start seeing context and a fine tuning of beliefs before they are applied to complicated realities.
A better perspective that indicates that, really, we’re all the same.