I never said they were. Democracy rests on several pillars. Relatively equal representation–in elected official and voice–is one of those pillars. Though already imperfect, pushing it further towards a system of government where influence is highly concentrated in a relative few subverts democracy.
Yes I can, as well as people who think that gaming a system is morally permissible if it’s within the bounds of established (or yet to be established) rules. I think people who serially cheat on their wives or girlfriends are morally reprehensible. I think people who move assets around in anticipation of divorce are morally reprehensible. I find people who take advantage of–or condone–a broken system knowing that they’re doing so morally lacking.