I can offer an example on another topic: 9/11. Not a week after the attack, I was stuck for a while with people who were blaming the US.
I suggested that perhaps the US could do better by their Middle East neighbors. They agreed.
I then suggested that they ease the restrictions on immigration and travel, so it would be easier to visit and benefit from our resources (note: this had already been done). They agreed.
I then suggested that we make it easier for people from that region to get training and education in our schools so they can return with skills to improve their situation. They were educators, they were in agreement with this (also had happened)
I then suggested that we let them attend flight training school so they had some valuable skills that would surely be needed back home. They'd just been agreeing to everything so far, that it was kind of a "hang on a minute" moment. Lining up everything they already knew and believed, and seeing how it ran in the world as they understood it, they ran into problems with their own beliefs (well, not much, but enough to leave me alone).