This is a complaint I hear a lot. Not just from moderates, but from almost anyone who thinks for themselves. Does anyone else find it frustratingly impossible to agree with anyone 100%? Perhaps this thread should be titled, “Do you ever get mad at ALL sides?” There are criticisms to be made of the far-left and the far-right, and perhaps even the center. I’m obviously liberal. Yet sometimes I get exhasperated with the so-called “woke” Far left, who often seem to be anti-baby and anti-bath water. Unlike many on the far ends of both spectrums, I tend to read and have confidence in expert opinion- especially where science is concerned. I suppose I’m a bit of a technocrat, despite being pro-democracy. I also believe that while the US is deeply flawed, we and our allies still have a responsibility to uphold on the world stage. A lot of far left people like Jill Stein have an understanding of foreign policy that is clouded by conspiracy theories, seemingly promoted by Russia. Where foreign policy is concerned, I guess I am basically a centrist now. Finally, I actually like having a market economy, provided that it’s properly regulated. You’d be surprised how many other millennials think they want a revolution (Marxist or otherwise.) Then again, I don’t always like centrists either, who can seem overly cozy with the status quo. There are far left ideas like a carbon tax, or even a meat tax, or reparations to people of color that I think are needed, but which they don’t have the stomach for. And as much as I scold nations like Russia or China, I actually hate a lot of our own allies like Israel and Saudi Arabia right now. Something I doubt we’d hear a Clinton say. I don’t equate all of this to my level of disagreement with conservatives, but it is still frustrating. I often feel that nobody else has my exact combination of views. Does anyone else experience this?