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'''Liberal logic''' is an argument that has logical appeal to a [[liberal]], but is nonsensical.  Let's build a list:
 
'''Liberal logic''' is an argument that has logical appeal to a [[liberal]], but is nonsensical.  Let's build a list:
  
* Inability to understand [[causality]], identify the causes and with rational and logical stastistics deduce the effects they produce. For example, rape skyrocketing in the UK after the mid 1990s is rationally and logically a result of [[gun control]] introduced by the British Government and not a result of the Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act as [[liberal]]s irrationally and illogically claim.
 
 
* that increasing taxes must increase government revenue
 
* that increasing taxes must increase government revenue
 
* increasing spending by government must reduce poverty
 
* increasing spending by government must reduce poverty
 
* prohibiting guns must reduce crime
 
* prohibiting guns must reduce crime
 
* teaching abstinence must not reduce premarital sex
 
* teaching abstinence must not reduce premarital sex
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* widespread ownership of the largely defensive weapon of gun must not reduce crime
  
 
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[[category:politics]]
 
[[category:politics]]

Revision as of 10:18, 15 February 2008

Liberal logic is an argument that has logical appeal to a liberal, but is nonsensical. Let's build a list:

  • that increasing taxes must increase government revenue
  • increasing spending by government must reduce poverty
  • prohibiting guns must reduce crime
  • teaching abstinence must not reduce premarital sex
  • widespread ownership of the largely defensive weapon of gun must not reduce crime

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