It really is something, isn't it? A couple of quick points:Life a battle between good and evil. It an "us vs them" affair. We are not all either 100% in agreement or 100% opposed. I can disagree with your solutions, or your method of communicating something, and still agree with you on your goals. Or I can even disagree with you on your goals and it doesn't make me any "less caring" or delegitimatize my stance. The same goes in reverse. Highly recommend by Jonathan Haidt if anyone wants to understand what's happening in our nation right now. I thought Trump voters were before reading it. I also never understood why leftists understand the other side of the argument... well, pretty much ever. Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory quite honestly breaks it down intelligibly. There is more to life than owning the [libs]/[cons]. Love each other. And don't assume the worst of someone with whom you disagree: it's what you've been preaching against, after all, if you consider yourself a true "progressive".