The fact that one person is homely and another is beautiful is not viewed as morally wrong: yet, a drug dealer retiring on his millions while a retired clerk is forced to go on welfare is considered morally reprehensible. These differences in views result from the arbitrary, illogical, and inconsistent application of morall standards.
A critic of the stated position would most likely point out that
A) conditions created by nature can be differentiated from conditions created by society
B) beauty is often a burden, and society should not begrudge beautiful people their looks
C) people regularly maintain inconsistent views
D) looks are not as admirable as working
E) arbitrary distinctions and illogical judgements form the basis of moral standards