Quite honestly it depends on the issue. I disagree with a very intelligent person whom I know about the Electoral College: I do not favour the Electoral College and believe it should be purely the Popular Vote despite the fact that most of the American People are concentrated in places like New York and California. She says that that would under-represent certain areas of Land where the population is more scarce, but I do not see the value of representing the large empty properties of the super rich. It was supposed to be government for and by the PEOPLE not Land and Land owners. Well, I see no reason to "hate" her for having a differing opinion on an issue like THAT. However, if someone whom you disagree with politically wishes to genocide your race, that is a MUCH more serious issue, and it would be insane of you NOT to hate them. Now those are two extremes: one not very deep an issue and the other perhaps the deepest of all issues. In between you have issues like abortion and there you get into a grey area: Some may feel very strongly about having their bodies used and taken over by the state, and being forced to bear offspring implanted by Republican rapists. Go FIGURE!