Basically I believe in my time on earth and growing in my beliefs there are two ways to view things. Ethically or the Real World view
Ethical View: Bearing right down to Morality. Can be shaped by a religion, or a sense of conscious or a feeling of Moral duty. The question to ask: At the bear bone of the issue, is this right? Based on your ethics, yes or no, is the answer. If unclear, the question exceeds your ethical perspective, or you have not broken the question down to the bare bone.
Real World View: Is it right with the status of the world. Can be shaped by a lack of religious view, logical thought, economical view, or self preservation views. The questions to ask: Can this be concieved with reality? Is it possible to employ this in today's society? Would it work if we did employ it? Can it help me? Also, anything expierenced enhances your real world view.
1. Some one with an ethical view of one thing taking on the Real World (political view) of some one else. Or vice versa
2. Two people with Political views, with different questions and answers.
3. Two people with Political views, one with personal experience in the issue the other without.
4. Two people with Ethical views, with different ethical perspective levels asking the same bare bone question.
Hence, different beliefs and arguements