As an evangelical discussion disputing the orthodoxy of another grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Unitarians approaches one. The speed at which the discussion arrives at mentioning Unitarians is in direct inverse relationship to the solidity of the original argument. If the discussion mentions Unitarians or Unitarianism, for something that does not equate to Unitarianism, then it has run out of a credible argument - if there ever was one at the beginning.
Pluralist's Law wants to avoid reference to the Nazis, but it still applies, when evangelicals discuss the authority exercised by those they dislike - that the speed at which the discussion arrives at mentioning Nazis is in direct inverse relationship to the solidity of the original argument.
However, I can mention Unitarians and, in many cases, mentioning them in reference to me is allowed.