Two guys are arguing about which Truck is better, a Ford or a Chevy. Each has their own opinion but constantly bashes the other brand, the driver because he drives it, and it goes on and on.
Is the Ford Guy switching to the Chevy or vice versa because of all the arguing? No. The two trucks race to a competition of who can best move a pile of rocks. They both race to arrive at the huge pile and immediately start trying to figure out how to get the rocks loaded.
Since they are each only one person, the drivers start forming teams of helpers to load the trucks. And each arguing about who the other one picks to help. Blah Blah Blah. All the while, the trucks can't load themselves, the drivers can't get anywhere until their teams are in place. More arguing, bad mouthing, down right dirty talk goes on.
While they are all caught up in the fighting, over the hill comes a third truck. It is neither a Ford or a Chevy, but perhaps a bit of each. Behind it are a team of people. The people each picking up one rock, works together and loads the third Truck. The driver drives away with the load, completing the mission, getting the job done.
Nothing gets accomplished when all there is is pointing fingers, confusion, yelling and screaming. Criticizing and fighting against each other accomplishes nothing. It is time to get out and help pick up some rocks (metaphorically). Be part of the solution.