Discussion in 'History' started by Unkotare, Jun 16, 2018.
You're doing it again. Do you have any grasp of logic whatsoever?
Some right wingers think they know a lot more than the voters of those days did about Depressions and major wars and stuff. Reading Ann Coulter's weirdo revisions trumps actual experiences by people living through those things, you know. Unkotare personally knew every single Japanese in the world back then, so he knows his shit.
Seems that my authorities, the historians, agree with me and your authorities, you, agree with you, so I have to admit your authorities, you, win the contest.
I have a feeling you win most arguments in logic that use your authority as evidence.
Once again, logic evades you.
No matter how many times it’s rubbed in your face, you refuse to even try to think for yourself.
So now you have the ability to decide who thinks for themselves and when that thinking takes place. Is that how you supposedly teach history, "Think history for yourself?"
I have the ability to recognize that when you do nothing but invoke nameless, faceless 'authorities' at the same time that you conspicuously avoid ever offering your own reasoning, that you are most certainly NOT thinking for yourself. Are you honestly this stupid?
Did you ever think for yourself and wonder if American presidents are rated from good to bad, and if so who would do the ratings? And If perchance some organization, or organizations do in fact rate the presidents, perhaps I could find the ratings my very own self with no help from Google?
You still haven’t given any of your own reasoning or even specified the nameless ‘authorities’ upon which your entire fallacious position rests. You are incapable of thinking.
At least I was able to find the nameless authorities. I'm sure if you keep at it you can find the nameless authorizes, but apparently you will need Google. .
Then name them, at least. You would still be a mindless parrot, but you would be 1/2 step closer to forming a thought of your own.
Separate names with a comma.