A political based hard-fork is arguably against the free market and even the trust less ideology of most crypto currencies.
More practically, however a hard-fork is very executable in relation to the ethereum core when having a 51% consensus.
If the majority of ‘voters’ chooses the hard-fork out of own greed, that means economic and not ideological interests rule the game.
“The ideas behind it — that’s what attracted me,” said Elizabeth Ploshay, a regular writer for Bitcoin magazine, which describes its mission as being “the most accurate and up-to-date source of information, news and commentary about bitcoin.” And if the magazine has a mission, so, too, does the subject that it covers. As Ms. Ploshay explained it, bitcoin isn’t merely money; it’s “a movement” — a crusade in the costume of a currency. Depending on whom you talk to, the goal is to unleash repressed economies, to take down global banking or to wage a war against the Federal Reserve.