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No, it’s not disagreeing that makes him an asshole. I disagree with you on this point and I disagree with St. Louis Cardinals fans on their choice of baseball team, but do not think either makes you or them an asshole (because of that, at least. Who knows for other things?). What does make this guy an asshole is that his policies are directly responsible for some real world problems that cause suffering for human life, such as some of the anti-gay legislation he was instrumental in achieving http://www.politicalresearch.org/2014/03/24/only-fools-believe-pastor-rick-warren-and-global-homophobia/#sthash.8Jiv3Fk7.dpbs
A “wrong” opinion on a neutral issue is one thing, but an opinion that has real world consequences because it holds sway with a lot of people and causes real harm? That makes someone an asshole. So, your neighbor who prefers propane to charcoal: wrong, but not an asshole. Donald Trump race-baiting Mexicans by calling them rapists: asshole.