Originally Posted by NoVaguy
Does an AL team bat a pitcher 9th if the manager is opposed to the DH? No, they play by the rules as they are and try to change them in the offseason.
Your analogy is not apt. There is no legal stricture barring the Sander's campaign from paying a living wage or contributing to the retirement savings of the campaign workers. It's a very low level moral position to take that because these conditions are not legally required someone that backs them should not attempt to enact them of their own free will. It's just like folks that claim they do not pay enough in taxes...the IRS will take all the money you want to give them so give until you feel you've paid enough I say.