Chickens and Sacred Cows (and pigs)
I have been eating boneless chicken breasts ever since they were invented at the Dwarf House in Hapeville, I suppose. I also love backwoods off the beaten path good barbecue, and hotdogs with a bite.
I have never thought about asking them what their political and religious beliefs are. For one thing it is none of my business and another thing I don't see what difference it makes in the taste. If you like their product, then buy it, if you want, or don't if you don't want to. It is a free country.
Which reminds me there is also the right of Free Speech, which is sometimes costly anyway.
I would like to also throw in: Lifestyles are sacred, lets honor them - it helps with the "Pursuit of happiness" thing.
Opinions and beliefs are just like anuses, everybody has one.