The Risk of Posting your Opinion on Social Media
Posted by Liz Taylor Sep 23, 2012
Recently, I’ve read several shocking comments, remarks and opinions from my social network regarding heated thoughts on our countries upcoming election. I’m sure individuals who post comments are trying to get their friends to vote a certain way, but I don’t think people are thinking about potential long term ramifications their opinions could cause after the election has concluded.
If you are on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or any other public site, please proceed with caution when making political comments (or other unnecessary comments such as sex, drugs, race, gossip and controversial topics). You don’t want an election to come between you and a person you have a relationship with. Please remember that it’s the politician’s job, not a friend or coworkers’, to sway a person’s vote.
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