Words can be used in interesting ways. For instance, it is common to call those who don't agree with us either stubborn or narrow minded, and those who agree with a certain point that is agreed upon, open minded and intelligent.
Anyone who belongs to another group, be it in politics or religion or some other philosophical school, is often viewed from the observation of the worst in the group disagreeing with us.
Conversely, we tend to judge our own tribe by what is best, often downplaying or overlooking what is unsavory, for it reflects back on the whole group.
I do it all the time, seems very difficult to overcome, or perhaps it is just one of those life long endeavors that most of us seem to be involved in. We can make others the trash receptacle of our own shadows, thereby freeing ourselves of the bother of inner reflection and growth. Do you tend to judge those who disagree with you more than those who agree with you? Do you think that helps you or hinders you as you grow and learn? How can we be people who see others, regardless of their beliefs, as they are?