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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Well, I can see that I touched a nerve by all the personal attacks in this thread. But, this thread isn't about me folks, it is about Obama, and his desperate campaign and demo's using every logical fallacy in their control to try and distract, dissuade, and disseminate that which is their failed policies over the past three and a half years.

    Economy in the tank, not producing enough jobs to spur actual growth to the point that people can have hope.

    Real jobless rate closer to 19% instead of the 8+% Obama and the band of liars try and tell you it is.

    Gas prices at levels that when a republican was in office these liars couldn't get to a camera in front of a gas station fast enough to hang it around Bush's and Cheney's necks.....What a joke, now it's all about how the President can't control gas prices.

    Attacks on the Church's freedom of religion, then the pivot to this phony, contrived, bull**** sad sack story from this woman they dug up from the ranks of agitprop useful idiots when they figured out that their original witness in front of Issa's committee, Michael Newdow, that all of the sudden didn't appear....Wonder why? Maybe it is because all that seperation of Church and state stuff, they figured out that he would make our case for us....

    And there is more, much, much more....But cry on fellow travelers of the liberal, progressive cabal, because Obama, and his radical assembly of Marxist enemies of capitalism are going down...

    Face it, y'all bit off too much, too quickly, and none of the twisting, narrative changing, media in the pocket, shill tactic will work, because after everything is said and done, the one thing that liberals always make when they head out on this road of destruction of capitalism, they mistakenly believe that the American people are stupid. And they aren't.

    Well, it was a hell of a try progressives, now back under the rock!


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    If its about all that why are you talking about his kids?

    Wiseone

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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    If its about all that why are you talking about his kids?

    Wiseone
    Good God, read the article from THE AP!!!! He is using his kids as political props, much like a coward does.


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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    If its about all that why are you talking about his kids?

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    Ummm...

    He's not talking about Obama's kids...he's talking about OBAMA talking about his kids.

    You DO understand the distinction, don't you?
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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    He is using his kids to try and make an emotional appeal with his rhetoric.
    Just because an appeal is to emotions doesn't mean it is invalid.
    Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.

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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    He is using his kids to try and make an emotional appeal with his rhetoric.
    Somebody understands the trivium. Kudos to u.
    Listen to your conscience....and let it sink in.

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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Don't buy the hype people...This President is desperate. Never mind the outrage if a republican had said anything concerning Obama's children which they wouldn't, but Barry brings them up in the fashion that liberals always turn to what I like to call the unassailable victim, although in this case Obama is so worried that he has used his own children in this ploy over, and over again...And why?

    Maybe this is but one reason....




    Like I said before, This clown has to go! I will vote for a sock over Obama.


    j-mac
    I see nothing wrong with a politician talking about an issue as to how it relates to his children, or how his children relates to an issue. After all, a politician - Democrat or Republican - can bring up many valid points that way.

    What I object to is politicians using their children directly, such as in photo ops or having them speak on one issue or another.

    There's a clear difference.
    Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.

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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Just because an appeal is to emotions doesn't mean it is invalid.
    Yes it does in matters of debate.it's how we got involved in unlawfull wars.it's how we are steered to invade and plunder.Africa,here we come......again
    Listen to your conscience....and let it sink in.

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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    A lot of politicians like to talk about their kids... big deal. Palin did it all the ****ing time. She even demanded a comedian apologize twice for a bad joke, and when the economy was at it's worst. What an evil person.

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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Just because an appeal is to emotions doesn't mean it is invalid.
    Appeal to emotion is a fallacy period.


    Description of Appeal to Emotion

    An Appeal to Emotion is a fallacy with the following structure:

    Favorable emotions are associated with X.
    Therefore, X is true.
    This fallacy is committed when someone manipulates peoples' emotions in order to get them to accept a claim as being true. More formally, this sort of "reasoning" involves the substitution of various means of producing strong emotions in place of evidence for a claim. If the favorable emotions associated with X influence the person to accept X as true because they "feel good about X," then he has fallen prey to the fallacy.

    This sort of "reasoning" is very common in politics and it serves as the basis for a large portion of modern advertising. Most political speeches are aimed at generating feelings in people so that these feelings will get them to vote or act a certain way. in the case of advertising, the commercials are aimed at evoking emotions that will influence people to buy certain products. In most cases, such speeches and commercials are notoriously free of real evidence.

    Fallacy: Appeal to Emotion
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    Re: Who's talking about Sasha, Malia? It's dad, again

    Quote Originally Posted by Fubar View Post
    Yes it does in matters of debate.it's how we got involved in unlawfull wars.it's how we are steered to invade and plunder.Africa,here we come......again
    True enough, reminds me of the Who song....'here comes the new boss, same as the old boss....'


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