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Differing opinions
Sudie Crouch
A friend of mine commented on Facebook the other day that he noticed a few people had unfriended him because of a political post he had shared. I missed the post – I am trying to stay off Facebook for the most part lately – but found it sad someone unfriended him over his opinion. His opinion. Now, granted, years ago before we had social media, we didn’t discuss politics among friends or family because we knew not everyone shared the same views. Back then, we didn’t feel the need to share every thought that came in our head at every given moment. In today’s digitally driven world, we declare our views every three seconds and state, “My wall, my page – if you don’t like it, you know where the unfriend button is.”
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