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originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: Kali74
But last I checked, the Constitution didn't cover candy asses.
Far as I know, even candy asses are protected...as annoying as that may be at times.
There should be consequences, be it losing business, or just a sock in the jaw...or worse, I suppose. Depending upon, of course, what is said.
When did, and I mean this as just a general question, being polite become "politically correct", and a bad thing?
originally posted by: Kali74
It became political correctness (which is bad and dangerous for some reason) when manners started including rejecting stereotypes of minorities.