NO! In fact, I think it shows my advanced thinking. The fact that Walt Jr. is disabled has nothing to do with his character being the worst thing to happen since 9/11 and me hating him. If I hesitated and gave him a special pass simply because he has cerebral palsy, it would be akin to treating him as if he were inferior.
By despising Walt Jr. with the same passion as I would despise an able-bodied person who happened to be the worst person in the world, I think I prove that I never judge people by what they can or cannot do physically; I judge them by their general level of douchebaggery.
I may hate Walter Jr., but it has nothing to do with his cerebral palsy and everything to do with the character being supremely unlikable and the fact that his stupid face is shaped like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’s face.
In fact, I dare say that my brave decision to hate Breaking Bad’s Walt Jr. as equally as I would hate any able-bodied character who might be just as annoying breaks down some real barriers. In short, my hatred is empowering and really should be celebrated as such.