Folks, I'm turning down a job right now, because the last time I worked with this company (I used to do small assignments for them without issues, but last time it was a big one, where I had for the first time, direct contact with the inner workings of the company), they showed a really bad streak of amateurism and of blant lies about nearly everything, that honestly, they're not people I want to be associated with. Sometimes it's not about politics, enviroment ( I'm the only photographer I know over here who recaptures the carbon emissions of my daily life and jobs ) or religion... sometimes it's just the ethics of people you'll be associated with, and the fact you don't submit yourself to working under certain terms, with some sort of people, some set of behaviors you strongly disapprove, and that's enough.
An old woman sometime ago said on TV "Sadness doesn't pay the bills". I wish I met her in person, because that's a great life philosophy.
PS: I don't do weddings, because I dislike the fact you kind of have to become a show host during the event, but I know photographers who like it. I don't think weddings are an example here of ethics and morals, it's just another line of work that some people do, some people don't, like any other area of commercial photography.