When one has an opinion about something (as one usually does), that person would be well served to consider those that support a similar position. Obviously, one should not make a decision based on who else supports or criticizes a position, but one should certainly reflect on who is supporting (and why) and who is criticizing (and why).
Case in point: The bombing of Libya.*
Take a look at who is condemning the attacks on Libyan military targets: Algeria, Belarus, Cuba, Ecuador, Namibia, North Korea, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe. Also Bolivia, Venezuela, China, Uganda and Iran have questioned the attack.
If these groups condemned me, then I would take it as a sign I’m doing something right.
Second case in point: A fundamentalist Christian (Young Earth Creationism) home schooling group has requested that Ken Ham NOT attend their group anymore. So a YEC group tells a YEC proponent that he is not welcome. How ironic.
* I’d like to add the that the US only participated in this military action after being requested to get involved by a group of Muslim nations AND the UN security council passed a unanimous resolution about it.