MASONIC PLOT said:
Ill take offensive speech over limited speech any day.
Here, we are treated as adults (erroniously it would seem given some of the nonsense written on this thread!)
Any person is capable of writing any old shite. Look here
for example... But surely good writing should help your audience to consider the points you're trying to make (as an author, not you personally). For this to happen the writing should reflect the sensibilities of your intended audience, otherwise you alienate them: they get hung up other perceptions of the writing instead.
Can that point be in dispute?
In the UK we have a comedian Billy Connolly who is quite famous, and who has made a career of being 'lovably offensive'. (He is known in the States too). A degree of shock can be helpful in waking slumbering people, but it takes some skill to do this well.
The article you posted lacked any such skill*. To defend it blindly seems belligerent. To bang on about the classics and literary devices seems a bit much when in reference to the childish scrawlings* you posted orginally.
* In My Opinion, obviously...