I consider myself to be the kind of person who is fairly accepting of other people's points of view. I get that everyone doesn't think exactly the same way I do and I'm okay with that. I don't care if you want to sleep with all five of your children in bed with you, breastfeed till they're 18. I don't care if you voted for Obama, McCain, a chimpanzee, or whatever.
That said, there are a few issues I do feel really passionately about:
1) Vaccination. If you don't vaccinate your kids, you're selfish. You're worried about taking a risk with your precious babies, but the only reason your kids have a chance of escaping horrible disease is because the rest of us comply with vaccinations.
2) Homebirth. I've decided not to argue about this anymore because it's too frustrating, but suffice to say, I can't believe anyone would take that kind of risk with their baby.
3) Gay marriage. It's mind boggling to me that anyone would want to deny rights to two human beings who love each other. I hope one day people look back on this and wonder how people were so intolerant.
4) "Abortion." I can honestly understand why someone would be morally against abortion, especially late term, so that's not something I have a problem with. I put "abortion" in quotes because what I have a problem with is people who are against abortion in cases where it's medically necessary to save the life of the mother. Or against birth control or Plan B. Or against aborting a fetus that is essentially dead, like one with anencephaly.
So yes, I'm pretty judgmental about people who disagree with me on the above issues. But then again, everyone is judgmental about some things, right?