Originally Posted By: rporter314
Another attempt to discredit the source because you can't refute what it says.


One of the most amazing "facts" about argumentation is the tactic used by "conservatives" of finding a real live, true, valid, someone did say it, fact and then conclude whatever outlandish, extremist, false piece of propaganda one can concoct.

So how does one refute a source's delusional opinion??? It's kind of like trying to disprove dragons exist. If you say they exist, I can't prove they don't. Does that make your statement true or valid?

And there's the demand to prove a negative, which I am expecting any minute.
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