I don’t agree with her. I understand the argument, but don’t agree with it. As I pointed out at the beginning, assuming you read back there, there is a difference between looking at individual acts and looking at society as a whole. It is an blinkered view to look at the fairness of individual acts only. In this instance, however, she is wrong. This is not a form of unfairness that I think society is net better if it is perpetuated. However, along the lines of what I said, you know, in understanding where she comes from, I can see certain forms of unfairness which reducing would, ceteris paribus, make society less fair overall, and, therefore, reduction of such unfairness, ceteris paribus, would be a bad thing.
If you wish to read into my statements that I am supporting the results of her analysis in this current situation, when I said I was not, then that is up to you… But I consider that an utterly disingenuous debating tactic, and indiciative of a deep seated desire to feel that you have “won” something.