perhaps i didn't understand your initial questions. at any rate, your first examples are opinions. not words. the fact that they're full sentences makes them not a thing about jargon or semantics (see tags). but "ordinary" and "comrade" and "you just need to" fit well within the purview of the question i intended to ask.
maybe it will clarify the question if i bring up the example of our conversation on another question: if you tend to have a positive or neutral response to the words rape culture, and i feel like it's jargon (ie it's short hand for a whole raft of assumptions that i'm not sure i agree with, and may strongly disagree with, depending on the person), then i could add rape culture as a phrase that makes me suspicious of the person saying it (although to be positive, as you say, i would need to hear more than just that phrase).