Do we have any other things in common? Let's examine some issues.
Nerds can be liberals or conservatives: nerdism doesn't discriminate. They all agree that cotton is comfortable and that school is pretty awesome, but they don't agree on the best source of news. Let's just stick to what we agree on: being stuffed in a locker gets to be uncomfortable after a while.
Everyone agrees that art goes on walls or sometimes in gardens, but not everyone agrees that Picasso is art (*I seriously had a guy in college art history class argue about whether or not Picasso was art because he didn't recognize the figure as a person). Let's just all go look at a nice Monet, and make little paint-smushing noises as we think about his method3.
Teenage sex is there, in the middle of our country, just like this yellow Venn circle in the middle of the diagram, where no one likes to talk about it. Conservatives get around this by basically ignoring it and handing out abstinence only textbooks that I can only assume have a cover, a back cover, and a single sheet that says "NO" in giant letters between the two covers. Liberals overcompensate by talking about all the feelings involved and all the birth control options and encouraging their children to read some interesting books about teenage sex before they have "the talk" so that it can be an informed discussion and emailing Dan Savage when it turns their kid is gay so that they can start all over again but have the books about teenage gay sex. Seriously, though, kids: use a condom.4
1The great thing about the Report is that everyone thinks they're in on a big secret that the other side doesn't get.
2Mostly these two things get us to our couch for fourth meal.
3Is that just me? I like to add sound effects to my art experiences....
4You should all know that while I was writing that paragraph, I was still making paint smushing sounds in my head and thinking about Monet.