People say that you should never embark on discussions about religion, politics or sports, because is a dead end; and I agree.
We all have our blind spot, a tendency to ignore something, especially because it is difficult or unpleasant. Areas where we fail to exercise good judgment.
It's a common human characteristic, I would say. The problem is that this very common characteristic, blinds our judgment and kills our common sense.
My work is related to politics, and for me is a challenge to explain people that, this person or that candidate, that hero of theirs, has as many flaws as their adversary. People have a tendency to find excuses for their behaviour, and that makes my work even harder.
In politics is hard to remain objective, and is a goal that my works asks me to achieve, to make judgements only based on facts, not beliefs.
But hey, I am a human after all and I have a blind spot as well!
On the bright side, as an aspiring writer, dealing with this, and be aware of it; helps me to create and understand my characters better, I can make them more human, and less perfect... more real.