I struggle with the use of the word pragmatic in everyday language. And in this post, I hope to get as much input as possible.
In a recent tweet, a guy asked Ann Coulter "what is you're alternative to Paul Ryan? You're usually more pragmatic about what is feasible including general elections..."
It seems that the use of pragmatic here is to be vocal or opinionated. But that isn't the definition of the word. It means to be reasonable with no concern to theories outside of the situation.
Strangely though, Coulter answers him.
What are some examples of the word pragmatic?