The Death of Common Sense and Why It’s Critical to Revive Middle Ground

Somebody has to be able to be critical without being seen as deliberately undermining the target to benefit the opposite party. Somebody has to be able to be critical and when one does it, it has be seen as strengthening the electorates as whole and not weakening the receiving end. It doesnt bode well for us as a democratic society if you agree with anything you see and anything you hear. It seriously damages your sense of critical thinking if disagreement has to be hindered for the sake of loyalty. I dont think electorates should be loyal to anyone but their own interests. The lack of critical thinking could hamper the ability of the electorates to decide what’s in their interests and what’s not.

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