Perhaps some People Believe the Way they do because of a Bad Experience. If the Bad Experience was with a Business, then they become a Democrat. If the Bad Experience was with the Government, then they become Republican. None of This has Anything to do with Believing in Something because it is the Correct Way to Believe. This is all Based on Emotion and thus, it Clouds Sound Judgment.
Sometimes the Object of One's Anger is One's Parents and therefore in Protest, they Choose the Opposite Political Persuasion of the One's who Raised them. This is Quite the Opposite of what is Often Said that we Believe what we Believe because we were Raised to Believe that way. In Truth, Quite Often, just the Opposite is True, for Out of Protest or Rebellion, we choose to Believe the Opposite, rather than the Same, as those who Raised us.
I Really Truly do Like to Believe that what I Believe is Rational, rather than Emotional, for I Look at it Like This. If Some People are Angry at the Government and therefore Become Republicans and Some People are Angry at Businesses and therefore Become Democrats, then the Right Conclusion to Come to is that BOTH the Government and also Businesses have the Ability to be Irresponsible and Cause Pain. Since this is True, Neither Position is Fully Correct, because it Places Blame on Only One of the Two Parties, when, In Fact, BOTH are at Fault. Therefore, the Conclusion of it all is Balance, not Extremes. This Makes Perfect Sense to me and I do not see how such a Position can in any way be Based on Emotion, rather than Reason.
The Actual Answer to the Political Dilemma is that we Need Ideas from Both Parties and Neither One Should Have Total Control and get Everything that they Want.