From the comments section back here, new wingnut regular "Nonny" stands with his arms akimbo, chiding us moonbats for daring to suggest that George W.'s legacy will be less than stellar:
On the other hand, none of us knows how history will be written.
That criticism, of course, brought to you by the same geniuses who inspired ...
Yes, Nonny, we'll be sure to take your caution under advisement, thanks for stopping by.
You're using Bill Maher as your stellar supporting argument?
Wow... Just Wow...
And that, boys and girls, is today's example of argumentum ad hominem.
Tomorrow's lesson: irony.
Funny, but apropos of what? Mahr said "people like me" had to "stop making predictions."
Wasn't I asking the exact thing of YOU?
Thanks for the post, though.
"And that, boys and girls, is today's example of argumentum ad hominem." -- CC to anonymous
Isn’t your point against Yon that he is a conservative and that somehow means he is less than credible? How is that not argumentum ad hominem? Indeed, don’t you engage in this all the time? For example, "Nonny is a conservative. Conservatives have been wrong on Iraq. Therefore, Nonny’s admonition against making predictions about the conservative George Bush’s future position in history is wrong." Indeed, ad hominems are your stock in trade.
Teacher, teach thyself.
Here's another example of your ad hominem style (from a post above):
"Over at "Celestial Junk," Blogging Tory Paul is outraged -- outraged, I tell you -- by all of that gutter-level, tasteless, offensive, progressive arrogance. By way of substantiation, he links to Michelle Malkin."
"Yes, Nonny, we'll be sure to take your caution under advisement, thanks for stopping by." -- CC
No you won't.
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