Logical and Historic Fallacy: The Kavanaugh Confirmation
|The Perfect Solution Fallacy|
Fact: The Senate Judiciary Committee confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the SCOTUS, last Friday.
Fact: In American History, there has never been a nominee that the Judiciary Committee confirmed, and did not also receive an appointment as Supreme Court Justice.
- The Red Herring Fallacy
Rape Laws from 1981 haven't changed much. Medical exam, etc. Why did she not report it? Why do people believe this?
Invariably, the discussion would turn to pornography, and to Long Dong Silver. ~Anita Hill, Oct 11, 1991 There was a pubic hair in my Coke, and (Judge) Thomas just laughed. ~14 Days of Pubic Hair in Soda, the Thomas Confirmation Hearings
- The Fallacy of the Perfect Solution
Ex: Drunk driving commercials didnt end drunk driving, so they are useless.
In Historical Fallacies, The Fallacy of the Perfect Solution focuses more upon the desire to create a perfect system of governance, then, invariably, the abuse of that system follows, which demonstrates all governance is bad.
This can also include abusing a system in order to achieve a kind of perfection, since the system is not perfect.
|Next Friday....Blue States|
The whole affair begs abandonment of logic and critical thinking in exchange for wasteful and broadcast emotional discharge.
But, it is not impossible to have made mistakes on anybody's part, during some part of a distant past life...
The motivation is political.