I don't remember whose blog I was reading when I read these words, but I do remember the scene. The author was talking about their father, who would engage in a soliloquy of opinion at the dinner table, while the family looked on, listening in silence. An onlooker might have thought that at the end, the family members would contribute their opinions. Instead, when he finished his diatribe he would say, "Well, that's the way I see it, maybe you see it differently."
"Oh and by the way, I notice you're not actually "deciphering" anything with this blog post as the title insinuates. You're just using it as a grandstand for transparently biased political views, and I guess you honestly believe you're sapient enough to convert the minds of strangers to your way of thinking. . ."
"You have probably met many undecided voters. However, most just give an insincere version of the local party line (mine is the opposite of yours) to avoid conversion/conversation like this."
So, maybe the human connection thing isn't really what everyone's after. Perhaps there are some that are more comfortable in connections where there is mutual agreement.