I was feeling a bit introspective today which made me curious and I figured I'd post. We are all assumedly Pats fans, so regardless of our personal political/religious beliefs, we'd still probably clink glasses/high five/hug and scream at the bar while watching the Pats beat the Dolphins. However, there's usually at least 1 issue that causes your hair to stand on end, for you to start frothing at the mouth, or that just makes you want to punch someone in the face. (Other than someone being a Jets fan). I can generally debate with anyone and be civilized on almost any matter but my face-punching button gets pushed the hardest by anti-war peacenik hippie punks who will protest, march, and argue their face blue that killing is wrong, blah blah blah, yet not realize that they have the freedom to do these things specifically because someone else at some point in time took up arms and killed for their right to do/say it. I've always felt this way, yet ironically I do not come from a military family. My current occupation is not a cause, yet no doubt an effect of whatever originally instilled in me the need to serve. I've yet to narrow it down to anything concrete though. What is your issue and where does your strong belief come from? (If your button is, for example, anti-abortion and someone else's button is pro-abortion, please avoid trying to argue your point here. All I am curious about is what your button is, and why you think that way) Thanks!