In an age where political correctness runs rampant, we are all having to be exceedingly conscious about how the things we say and words we use affect others. This is undoubtedly a good thing, but have we gone too far when our elected representatives are muzzled to stand up and say what we need them to say. When a hard line needs to be drawn, can we back them to have that difficult conversation? Ex-Governor of the RBA, Glenn Stevens, recently expressed sentiments about current monetary policy tactics by certain countries' central banks. If only he, and others, had voiced their concerns/opinions earlier, would we be in the potential dire straits we find ourselves heading towards? You be the judge... (VIEW LINK)