You appear to be thinking of that conversation differently than I am. In that, I am viewing the conversation as the conflict. Thus, I'm claiming that at least 3 (and now all 4) domains could be viewed as the source of conflict therein.
You could say that it's the law that leads to this conversation (Universe). You could say that it was the actions of the supers that lead to this conversation (Physics). You could say that how the various characters in the conversation think leads to this conversation (Psychology). You could say that the difference in values between the supers and the cops lead to this conversation (Mind).
My point is any domain could be seen as the source of conflict for this conversation, which I view as part of the first driver. Now, for the context of this scene: The very first thing in this scene is a press release where they are bashing the supers. The final line in this scene is "You wanna get outta the hole, first you gotta put down the shovel."
Thus, how is the real conflict framed for this scene? There's a reason that Jim renamed his service to Subtext. The characters are focusing on and talking about the damage, and the (failed) activities of the supers. But, this is a character point of view. So, I ask, then, what is the point of this scene?
Thus, the source of the problems as portrayed and framed by this movie, and your own argument here, is the attempt to complete Step 1, is it not? I like @Lakis's answer to this.
My questions have begun to stack up:
1.) Where does this story actually start? What is the first driver for the movie?
2.) In pure Dramatica terms, what story is actually portrayed based on that first driver:
- Corrections to the external world would lead to fixing the internal issues?
- Corrections to the internal world would lead to fixing the external issues?
- Corrections to the external world would lead to fixing the external issues?
- Corrections to the internal world would lead to fixing the internal issues?
3.) What do you mean when you say "source"? (All of these arguments seem to boil down to the question of what Dramatica means, and what each of us means, by "source".)
You'll note that this entire post was, in effect, asking questions about Dramatica through Incredibles 2, as you previously described.