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For those that blame a person's influence, other than someone's own intuition, on a 'perceived enemy,' hold that conflict personally within. Where the claimant only sees something familiar to loathe/attack/hate when the influence or its premise is actually influential on themselves (directly or indirectly).
A person claiming a group of people have influence on an individual when the person claiming influence is obviously affected by many apparent groups or factors is an example of Projected Personal Paradox.

A liberal calling someone a republican based on the so called republican's inclination for pro-life when they are not in either groups.

A republican calling someone a liberal based on the so called liberal's inclination for going green when they are not in either groups.
by WOOTr February 13, 2010
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