Over at Philosophy in a Time of Error, Gratton admirably sums up onticology’s and OOO’s positions on politics and ethics:

First it was politics, now it’s about ethics. By the seemingly operative anti-hermeneutic at work, I think this means that onticology supports killing babies if that means saving more lollipops.

Or this characterization, at least, seems to be what OOO is charged with by a number of its critics.