Discussion in 'Political Satire' started by DrLove, Nov 28, 2017.
How weird are you anyway?
If she can't prove the positive, it's either a lie or a delusion.
Wrong again. And we've done this multitudinous times in multitudinous threads, of which this is not one.
"Lying" is an action. It requires both (a) putting forth an assertion and (b) knowing that assertion is false.
Warren has some family histories she was told, and retold them. All of that is provably true. They're corroborated by relatives and associates from decades past.
That's it. The end. There is an assertion (a) but there is no (b). Because again, retelling a family anecdote requires no "proof" just because some wag on some message board thinks he's "entitled" to something that doesn't involve a standard of "proof" in the first place.
Eye of the beholder. I say she lied. So there.
"Eye of the beholder" is for beauty. Or any such subjective analysis. That's opinion.
"She lied" is a direct assertion. Has no wiggle room; it's an 1/0 thing.
It's an assertion for which you have no proof.
Therefore you lose.
Really it's like a simple math equation. Apparently too simple.
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