Strawman fallacy 101 don't incorrectly quote the guy when what he said is right above it, it makes you look like a fool. (you really need to do better than this)I have no problem with being called a liarCoveny said:If you don't want to be called a liar stop responding like you said you were going to. As for the stupid part, sorry if the truth hurts. (oh and you didn't do any "thinking")I think Im going to have a seizure from the amount of times the liar said "liar" and "stupid" aka you.
"Sorry if the truth hurts" "sorry about the stupid part"
Here we go again with the ad homs. Geez, you love those damn ad homs.
I get this whole baselessly accuse the other guy of things before they get a chance to accuse you of them mentality, it was a great defense mechanism in what 8th grade or so?@Coveny
"just keep it to yourself if you want me to leave you alone."
Eh, I was really questioning if I should bother responding to a guy who uses constant cherry picking, strawman and ad hominem attacks anyway.
@WoodenWood none of what Erfisflat brings here is verifiable or information, and he's against science... making him nothing BUT pseudoscience.Erfisflat said:@WoodenWood
Most of what I bring here is verifiable information, no conclusive ball earth science is verifiable, which makes it all pseudoscience.
According to Marini, Trump alone among last year’s presidential candidates understood this state of affairs, even if only instinctively. His campaign exploited the weakness of our political parties to appeal to a citizenry that has grown dissatisfied with Congress and frustrated by the power of administrative agencies and the attendant special interests. The Republican Party establishment meanwhile, was not only unwilling to endorse Trump but even to concede that he had grasped a genuine political problem.http://www.realclearpolicy.com/articles/2017/08/03/trump_and_the_fate_of_the_administrative_state_110319.html