I'm surprised you didn't delete the part where I said I judge people 'according to individual merits'. Pretty poor effort at quoting out of context where its there for all to see.
What did I leave out that you’d like me to respond to, sir? I will gladly respond.
And don't confuse your personality traits with human nature - as if you don't have control over them. You choose to make sweeping generalisations about people you disagree with, simply because they don't share your opinion. That is not a fair way to go about things.
It’s human nature to group people!
Basic perceptual/ behavioral patterns are hardwired into the brain; based on those that offered the greatest chance of survival throughout the evolution of life, then the evolution of primates, and then our evolution.link
Steoreotyping and prejudicing offer a simple energy-efficient form of behavior, especially in challenging tribal situations. If a bunch of people are green, while some are purple, and there is limited food, the people must form groups, stereotype outsiders, and most efficiently fight over limited resources.
Of course, in a world where resources could be plentiful for all, stereotyping and prejudicing often lead to unnecessary problems, and cause unneccessary negative elements.
I agree with you that there should be more parties represented in both Houses, although if they are just variations of liberal and conservative mainstream thinking it might not change much.
I view it like a full circle with many variations. For lack of a better example, this pic is as close a representation as I can find at the moment.