Yet again, it's tough to say whether I am a Thinker or Feeler.
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However, I've been thinking about some interaction I had with my friends last night, which sort of adds more conflict to the T/F thing.
I was playing video games with three of my friends and talking about politics with them. They are all 'textbook liberals' (one INTJ, two ISTJ's) while I'm more of a moderate.
I made a comment about how President-Elect Barack Obama is going to have a lot of trouble keeping most of his campaign promises given the state of the economy and that he knows this BUT had to make all of those promises to ensure winning the election.
One of them then said, "Says the one with Republican parents."
(I'm pretty sure this wasn't sarcastic either- I can tell when he's sarcastic and that wasn't one of those moments.)
Something about that comment really annoyed me, I noticed that as the discussion went on, I became much more critical of him than the other two- even though they were all basically saying the same things. I sort of interpreted the comment as him saying that I only believe in what I believe because that's the stuff my parents believe in. I wasn't being fair in our discussion. I was the toughest on him because of his comment.
I know he didn't make it to 'hurt my feelings', so it would have been silly to bring up how it annoyed me.
(At that point, I decided to take on a much more conservative viewpoint to deliberately conflict with my friends.)
I don't know if this is exclusively Feeler behavior or can this have a Thinking bent to it?