Difference between revisions of "Liberal logic"

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* teaching abstinence must not reduce premarital sex
 
* teaching abstinence must not reduce premarital sex
 
* widespread ownership of the largely defensive weapon of gun must not reduce crime
 
* widespread ownership of the largely defensive weapon of gun must not reduce crime
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* that lack of government programs to rehabilitate criminals must not reduce crime
 
* that increasing taxes must increase government revenue (no, often people work less)
 
* that increasing taxes must increase government revenue (no, often people work less)
  
 
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Revision as of 11:09, 15 February 2008

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

  • increasing spending by government must reduce poverty (no, dependency increases poverty)
  • teaching abstinence must not reduce premarital sex
  • widespread ownership of the largely defensive weapon of gun must not reduce crime
  • that lack of government programs to rehabilitate criminals must not reduce crime
  • that increasing taxes must increase government revenue (no, often people work less)

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