Probably the same way I refrain from intentionally rear ending cars in front of me that display truly idiotic bumper stickers. It's difficult, but it's doable. (Edit: I probably shouldn't drive before posting.)Now that everyone else has weighed in to this discussion, I'd like to add that (IMO) religion isn't the problem - it's polarized ideology. Religion is merely a weapon in the battle. This article is quite thorough in it's comparison. After reading through all of the comparisons - please ask yourself - how is it possible for these 2 ideologies to ever agree to a compromise that makes everyone happy and doesn't result in bankrupting the Republic?
"Conservative vs. Liberal Beliefs"
Feeling that a thread discussing religion in politics is a waste of time is a valid point. But deciding to fix the problem by diverting it into a discussion of extreme liberal/extreme conservative views is disrespectful.
Besides, your topic would be better addressed in a separate thread with a poll to see if there were even one person that held every view on that liberal list or even one person that held every view on that conservative list. (It should probably be an anonymous poll agreeing with every issue on either list might make people think you were raised in some kind of cult.) And one of the options should find out how many people agree with at least one item on both lists (hopefully, I'm not that abnormal).
I guess the same could apply to religions. I know the Catholic church agrees with at least one item on both lists.