I use a wheelchair, myself, on occasion, and my niece uses one. Also, besides that, I work with people with disabilities. I am focusing on the arguments, NOT the wheelchair.
Don’t let a wheelchair distract one from the issues. Stay focused on the issues, and the issue, to me, is not the chair, or shouldn’t be. Don’t let it force you get sidetracked, side with him out of misguided pity.
These arguments, if founded, show him to be very hypocritical, basically, and exercising poor judgement in a number of circumstances. I’d need to hear his side before making up my mind, but I would be concerned about his judgement, or lack of it, as well.
I won’t pity him just because he uses a wheelchair, don’t think we should, either.
Some can try to portray people who use a wheelchair as sort of saintlike, but no, we need to be realistic. We have good and bad among us.
Ten million also does seem like a lot if a tree fell on him.
Would I sue for $10 million if a tree fell on me, don’t know unless I were in that circumstance, but I hope not.
Also, he seems to get on the wrong side of issues. He defends a rapist?
When someone loses a limb, he tells them it’s no big deal. When he is hurt, he wants $10 million? They have my attention.