But DL decided to collectively punish all of them, for the actions that literally none of them.
Hang on a second....Delta has decided to collectively punish all of them by making them pay the same as the everyone else ??? Oh, Snowflake, this is persecution, how dare a business decide to treat everyone equally....
Great post, myself and the vast majority of my gun owning friends feel the same way, hell one guy who is a serious gun collector turned his back on the NRA probably 10 years ago because of the switch they made.
Your post implies that because a majority of young people are liberal on a particular issue, then companies should ignore the significant number of them that are not. It also presumes that political viewpoints are static, which they're also not.
Not to mention that there's evidence that Generation Z, the post Millenial Generation, may be the most conservative in nearly 100 years:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... e-WW2.html
First, i'm going to give you some bad news, in the grand scheme of things, 5 million people is nothing, last year Delta carried over 180 million, so to be nice, if every member of the NRA took a flight last year, that's 3% of DL passengers.
Second, quoting the dailymail is really not the best thing in the world to do, when it comes to facts, they are much like Trump, they lie, a lot.
It says that 80% would identify as fiscally conservative with 20% lower alcohol/drug/etc usage compared to Millennials, but 75% agree with same-sex marriage, 76% think climate change is a problem, and "Having grown up bombarded by mass shootings in their own country, and terrorist attacks overseas, this generation more likely supports gun control." I think it will be interesting to see how the current 2-party system goes forward, the average "Gen Z" in this article (and myself included) do not fit well into the core views of Democrats or Republicans (Libertarian and Green don't fit any better).
Now, with all that said, DL were not exactly smart to come out and make a big public issue over the discount disappearing, better to just remove it and keep quiet.
Now, to the LT Governor and the members on here going back and forth about the biggest companies in Georgia and how DL is only the 5th, maybe 6 th biggest....
It doesn't matter, again facts of life 101....When it comes to stuff like tax breaks, if you don't think that ALL large corporations stick together, you are being incredibly naive. Mr Lt Governor is in for a wake up call if he decides to push ahead with this.