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is Bush to blame for this too?

Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by ELOrocks17, Sep 28, 2006.

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    Huh??? Are you drunk?
     
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    So you're giving examples of things that Bush isn't responsible for (i.e. killer squirrels) do defend him against things he may be responsible for (i.e. a go-nowhere war)?
     
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    I dont see how its any different from the DNC jerkoffs who say Bush is personally responsible for Katrina because he hates black people.
     
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    Your argument is disingenuous, nobody ever blamed Bush for causing the storm. The criticism - whether justified or not - was about the response. What you're doing is called setting up a straw-man argument: you create some crazy position, attribute it to Democrats, and then try to discredit the position you created. Yawn.
     

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