I saw more hypocrisy, in the form of narrow-mindedness, one-sided thinking, if you can call it "thinking," by people who proclaim good intentions and even say they know the "truth."
The tea party Republican is sure that the schools are "teaching homosexuality," and wants us not to support public schools. She hates abortion, except when her grandchild was raped. She doesn't want extra healthcare provided by the government but decries the procedures which could be dropped by Medicare to save money.
The rigid Democrat honestly believes there is no voter fraud without voter i.d., despite the fact that no one is apt to come forward and admit to it." Oh, yeah, our voting poll cheated." Duh? He doesn't believe that more debt would be harmful. He doesn't pay taxes but refuses to accept the idea of tax cuts for people of similar income, not admitting that they might spend on goods and services instead and help the economy.
Everyone is so sure that they're right, too sure to listen to each other. Don't they know that real Truth isn't afraid to look at all sides, from all angles and learn from the differences?