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Mad props on this response. I want to go even further, though -- why
should it have to require a majority opinion? Why is someone's "right"
to say whatever they want without consequences greater than someone
else's right to feel safe and human?


On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 7:52 AM, Edward Ned Harvey (blu)
<blu at> wrote:
> Political correctness is synonymous with respect for other people.
> Anytime someone says they're sick of being politically correct, it means they want to be disrespectful of other people, without any backlash.
> The white man in the room doesn't get to tell us what's racist and what's not racist. If the majority of black people would feel that's a racist term, then by definition, it is.
> Cotton pickin isn't racist, just like the confederate flag isn't racist. Meaning - they both are. Because the majority of African Americans feel they are.
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