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What makes highly opinionated people who say it as it is, refuse to be politically correct,


are sharpshooters, & no-nonsense seem to be & are most times threatening to the status quo who prefer people to be more politically correct in terms of discussions & opinions? Why are highly opinionated people considered to be "lacking in tact" when in fact, they are really telling the truth about a situation? Why are some people so easily offended at anything said to them especially during a discussion.They seem to enjoy being highly offended at people who are more straightforward in approach. They want everything to be sugarcoated in addition to be mollycoddled.

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    Leslie McCowen (lovemychris) 24 months ago

    yeah--but they also fired a guy for being"anti-semitic".They are pushing an agenda.


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    Rod Marsden 24 months ago

    Yes highly opinionated doers not mean right. Tactful can be pleasant and it can lead to muddy, politically correct waters.

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    Rod Marsden 24 months ago

    Being insecure in an insecure world sounds a bit like a reality check to me. When you have the present day Pope basically saying violence is okay it is definitely 'Check please!' time. Respect is earned or should be. Not given away.


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Humzah Muzaffar Raja (humzah) says

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    Rod Marsden 24 months ago

    Yes sugarcoat-ers are afraid but often so are those who tell it like it is. One simply has less courage than the other. Sometimes you really do have to offend to get your point across.

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