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Old 12-20-2011, 03:53 PM   #87
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Re: Us government's trick to violate civil liberties

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Originally Posted by almightywood View Post
If you can link me one instance of me saying that someone's opinion is wrong (and not I disagree since that respects the other person's opinion) where the issue at stake WASN'T my opinion, then I will gladly admit to this hypocrisy you are fallaciously claiming.
Gladly.

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You can't disprove an opinion with an opinion, only with an absolute truth. (...)

If you can link me one instance of me saying that someone's opinion is wrong (...), then I will gladly admit to this hypocrisy you are fallaciously claiming.
And the dictionary says:

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fallacious [fəˈleɪʃəs]adj
1.
(Philosophy / Logic) containing or involving a fallacy; illogical; erroneous
2. tending to mislead
3. delusive or disappointing: a fallacious hope
fallaciously
adv
fallaciousness n
There you go, you're a fucking hypocrite. Now get down of that crappy pedestal and act like a man.
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