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fauxnews - Mar 17, 2015 2:37pm, #73867

...but you are actually NOT addressing my very thoughtful argument. As I told "you both" before, I don't care about your red-herring. Keep it. Who cares if the reality is that military bases are not as well-armed as grade schools...

fauxnews - Mar 17, 2015 2:36pm, #73866

But, despite the spirit of this drinking holiday on St.Pat's, I've actually quit.So as an alternative, I'll address your points,sorta. The fallacy YOU ARE COMMITTING is called begging the question ;-) You're basically saying I'm wrong JUST BECAUSE I am...

fauxnews - Mar 17, 2015 2:34pm, #73865

Sorry to LOL but one of my friends here said as a drinking game, we should take a sh** every time you or your friend try to use a big word (incorrectly) like "ad hominem" or "falsehood." Why do I think that by the end of the day we'd be hospitalized :-/

fauxnews - Mar 17, 2015 2:30pm, #73864

"Falsehood?" bwahahaha... Soooo...all the cool kids start using words they don't fully understand like "ad hominem" and "falsehood" and now you do? ;-) Now-now..Like I said to your buddy, OTC, million dollar words don't get you off the hook...

OTC - Mar 17, 2015 12:58pm, #73863

Not surprised you're sticking to the falsehood that soldiers are well armed on a military base, since you're sticking to the falsehood of humans are warming global temperatures

Bandit5906 - Mar 17, 2015 12:02pm, #73862

Kerry jumped into the pro-Sandanista pool himself in 1985, when he traveled to Nicaragua to negotiate with the regime. He wasn’t alone; Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) joined him.

Bandit5906 - Mar 17, 2015 12:02pm, #73861

Two wrongs? What about T. Kennedy enlisting the aid of Russia to secure his election?

Bandit5906 - Mar 17, 2015 11:53am, #73860

Jane Fonda, political affiliation: democrat

Oldsod - Mar 17, 2015 7:30am, #73859

Factoid: A Gmail account would have been better. They archive everything for you. This is part of the reason why many members of congress use Gmail.

fauxnews - Mar 17, 2015 1:23am, #73858

Agreed. Pelosi was awful too. But you just got defending Cotton balls in #73854. So are you saying two wrongs make a right? Or it's OK for a Republican to do it, but it's BAD for a Democrat to do it? #potkettlemoment

Bandit5906 - Mar 17, 2015 1:08am, #73857

Associated Press article, April 4, 2007: U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday for talks criticized by the White House as undermining American efforts to isolate the hard-line Arab country.

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 11:33pm, #73856

...my 2 cents, mate. Cheers

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 11:33pm, #73855

...Cotton is not special needs. And it's not like I used a picture of a special needs person to make fun of the Senator. So, for me, it's just edgy politically incorrect humor. After all the Obama Hitler memes,I figure everyone is desentized enough 4 this

Bandit5906 - Mar 16, 2015 11:31pm, #73854

Hillary broke the law: Tom Cotton did not!

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 11:31pm, #73853

Remember that complaint you had about an overtly politically correct culture? Sometimes I don't know how to feel about this kind of humor too, then I see "Tropic Thunder" (remember Stiller's Happy Jack character?) and then I shake off my ego on it...

Bandit5906 - Mar 16, 2015 11:29pm, #73852

The democraps founded the KKK.

Bandit5906 - Mar 16, 2015 11:27pm, #73851

She broke that law.

MissPriss - Mar 16, 2015 11:18pm, #73850

Maybe the USA needs to budget a little $ to help their soldiers once they return to American soil. What they see over there really phucks with their heads back home. NUT-JOB precisely! Maybe a little help for the mental health of those that return?

Zeitguy - Mar 16, 2015 11:18pm, #73849

Regardless of this poster's content, the complete lack of sensitivity to mental retardation makes me hate everything about it. You're better than this faux.

MissPriss - Mar 16, 2015 11:06pm, #73848

Thanks faux! The picture says it all...I just added the words...teehee.

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 10:21pm, #73847

...only their pride. They ha e a warped idea of freedom. It is worth wounding their selfish ego if we can protect innocent men, women and children from being wounded. Even if it saves only a few lives, it is worth it. That IMHO is truly Pro-LIFE

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 10:18pm, #73846

In other words, you still get your guns...but after a waiting period and ONLY IF you pass a background check showing (A) you don't have a history of violent felonies and/or (B) a history of serious mental illness. It doesn't hurt lawabiding citizens...

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 10:14pm, #73845

That's besides the point. Why cant we do both? Better security at sensitive targets AND background checks aimed at keeping guns outta hands of unstable people.The only harm is the bruised egos of gun owners who worship a warped reading of the 2nd amendmnt

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 10:11pm, #73844

Maybe the problem is that we are TOO armed. Better regulation would address that.

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 10:10pm, #73843

It is a critique of the NRA and the idiotic argument that arming teachers would solve the problem (i.e. more guns). Again, if a place as well armed as a military bases can be hit by this kind of tragedy, then it doesn't matter how armed we are.

OTC - Mar 16, 2015 10:07pm, #73842

How many shootings have there been with intended well armed victims? (More guns) How many shootings involved unarmed victims? (Less guns) So you're point of more regulations only hurt those who obey laws, criminals don't care about laws or regulations.

OTC - Mar 16, 2015 10:02pm, #73841

Faux, you still don't get it, the victims were not well armed just because they were soldiers on a military base, so your argument that more guns is not the answer doesn't prove anything by using unarmed victims as an example.

fauxnews - Mar 16, 2015 9:05pm, #73840

haha 5Ls. Perfect picture, perfect caption, perfect everything! =)

fauxnews - Mar 15, 2015 10:52pm, #73839

What did Cotton mean by his comment that Iran has “control” of its own capital in its drive for regional dominance? Sorry, but the Republican Senator just went full-[see politifake poster#73832] X-p

fauxnews - Mar 15, 2015 10:49pm, #73838

Cotton - "Moreover we have to stand up to Iran’s attempts to drive for regional dominance. They already control Tehran increasingly they control Damascus and Beirut and Baghdad and now Sana’a as well."

calron - Mar 15, 2015 10:27pm, #73837

I looked it up to see if he is really that dumb, and was surprised to find there is also a Tehran Province in addition to the capital of Iran.

fauxnews - Mar 15, 2015 9:11pm, #73836

And left.

Oldsod - Mar 15, 2015 9:01pm, #73835

Right...closed-minded. Sole purview of the right.

calron - Mar 15, 2015 8:49pm, #73834

So in other words you consider the falsehoods in you mentioned comments that lay the foundation for your argument distraction. Pulling out the foundation of your beliefs is not a fallacy, but dodging with false accusations to avoid you mistakes is one.

fauxnews - Mar 15, 2015 8:46pm, #73833

...Sorry, mate, but that's all I have to offer you on this. I find the rest boring and uninteresting. Have a good night. Cheers =)

calron - Mar 15, 2015 8:45pm, #73832

So now you are pretending to know what others think? You use Special Olympics as insult by your own admission in the very same comment that you deny doing so.

fauxnews - Mar 15, 2015 8:45pm, #73831

My argument is represented well starting in comments #73806 thru #73812. If you care to actually respond to it, I'm game. I've no desire to waste time on your red herrings,which to me, concedes my larger argument by hiding from it behind your distractions

calron - Mar 15, 2015 8:42pm, #73830

Notice the lack of facts that you are using to support your opinion.

calron - Mar 15, 2015 8:40pm, #73829

Let's see, "tragedy can strike anytime, anywhere - even a place as well-armed as a military base." So those distractions are facts that contradict opinion but you wish to ignore the flaws in your argument and yet discuss it.

fauxnews - Mar 15, 2015 8:37pm, #73828

Your copy & paste function can't save you this time. ;-) "Ad hominem" indeed. haha

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