"Every Democrat is pure as the driven snow"
No, that would require a fanaticism at least half as blind as Republican's.
"Every Republican is evil."
Nah, not true. Some of them have enough sense to vote for the more progressive candidates.
"Republicans are more dangerous than terrorists"
This is actually true. In response to terrorists, Republicans take the opportunity to take rights away, which have a much more long lasting impact on a larger amount of people than some zealot shooting people in a suicidal frenzy.
"Terrorists are good"
What? Oh wait, I think I see where this strawman came from. Muslims, in general, are as good as anyone else. Terrorists and their religious right-wing are dangerous.
"America is bad"
Um... yeah? We score obscenely low on the human rights counter, our education is piss-poor compared to other countries, and we are inclined towards zealotry and fanaticism based entirely on politics. We earned our reputation.
"Every white person is a racist."
Everybody's a little bit racist. The ones who deny this the most are also the ones that tend to be the most casually racist. That being said, privilege is certainly something that exists. It doesn't always take the form of "White person is more privileged than non-white person" but that doesn't mean there isn't a social trend of white men being favored over black men and women of any race.
"Prudence and circumspection is another form of bigotry."
Prudence and circumspection are the opposite of what you're suggesting. Rather than discriminate based on race or religion, try examining the factors behind things. They *do* matter. And as far as profiling goes, if profiling was a good idea, white men would be stopped at every opportunity.