8. Judge by Results and not Intentions
People’s ideology should be judged by the results of its application, and not by the intentions. So if you learn that liberal economic policies cause poverty or that conservative policies on access to drugs cause addiction, don’t protest that this is unfair to Liberals, because you want to end poverty or that it is unfair to Conservatives, because you want to end drug abuse. Rethink your policy positions, rather than demanding that the labels be changed in those statements.