AT BEST, in Literacy courses and studies, we were told that if we have a theme or message, that it doesn't need to be neutral, but it does need to not be heavy-handed. The trope 'Anvils were dropped' or somesuch come to mind, but this goes further. The Theme must be what the work is built around, covered by cement and wiring and floors and furnishings. It is important, but barely seen, but often felt. Dig? I don't mind politics in games, or even heavy handed ones, but like adding too much nutmeg to a dish, it can be overdone for a vast majority of other people to handle.