Political Correctness Dictionary

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  1. Avigail David

    Avigail David Well-Known Member
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    Morning news greeted me and my mocha-latte. If it weren't for my mug of soothing cocoa.... breathe... patience would not have been possible. Well, my conscience talked me into reserving the debate for later.

    A tool of the left-wing phraseology-- a guide to filter discriminatory, racist, sexist, hate speeches. This Political Correctness Dictionary-- what you can say and what you cannot-- is out there in the political arena.

    Question to myself: Who and what do I allow to rule over me? Truth. Moral conscience: the discernment on the right and wrong of things. My actions are based on those premises. If we have to fight for that right, keep cool and speak up. Unless, we prefer to concede and let those Bullies liberally bully us.

    It isn't that complicated when we know how to defeat and destroy victimized-tactics these organizations are seriously full-on with their "progressive" agenda. Intimidation and fear-- that's what it is they do. They do not accept defeat. They do not take "No" for an answer.

    My children are old enough to receive responsibility for the freedom of speech.We, Mother and Father -- my husband and I (wife) discuss. Though they try their sulk-strategies (self-destructive most of the time), cry-out-loud-throw-temper-tantrums to get what they want-- they never work. They do not get away with bad attitude.

    Most of the time, we are fun family. We discuss openly. Our Thesaurus dictionary receives dog-earned pages on our favorite expressions about what we mean most of the time. It's fun to enhance thinking and creative vocabulary!

    So, away with the political correctness, aka, leftist dictionary.

    http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/comedian-liberal-agenda-dictates-what-can-and-cannot-be-joked-about
     
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  2. Carlota Clemens

    Carlota Clemens Well-Known Member
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    I thought to bump your thoughts up now that we are just a couple of weeks from the opening Republican presidential debate date.

    What to expect from the ten candidates going on this, and how their political correctness will serve to Democrats debate coming sometime in fall.

    This is has to be a hot topic to discuss.
     
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  3. Jennifer Graves

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    Not all liberals want political correctness. I'm not going to use offensive language to refer to someone I don't know personally. And once I do know someone, I can refer to them in whatever terms are persoanl to them. I may refer to them as life saver, thief, so kind, liar, and on and on.
     
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    Avigail David Well-Known Member
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    I'd like to see this. Do you know when this RP debate is? Or is it past already? I think the American people need a new perspective on exercising First Amendment. With leaders, with the majority of the Republicans, they carry a greater influence on every thinking citizen in moving forward for the future of America making it great again.
     
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    The first Republican debate is today. The seven who didn't make prime time will be on this afternoon and the ten with the highest poll numbers will be on tonight. I believe the times are 5 and 9 Eastern Time.

    It should be interesting.
     
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    I didn't watch it, but good ol' Bernie wasn't impressed by it. Greed infuriates me. And it would have just been me getting angry and yelling at the tv screen.
     
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