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Re: “Nikki Haley in the White House? OMG!

Mr. Moredock,
Why would you quote an article from the Wall Street Journal and then twist what the author said? The article specifically stated that Mrs. Haley, “faced unsubstantiated accusations of extramarital affairs, which she denied." The repeated use of these false accusations seem only to be fodder for the poor donkeys or, I apologize, the Democrats to bandy about in an attempt to trash a fine lady's reputation and campaign. If you will remember, Mr. Sanford admitted his affair, which makes Andy Brack’s quoted comparison of Haley and Sanford a bogus point. Have you ever heard of a red herring technique? It is a logical fallacy used in persuasive writing to deliberately attempt to change a subject or divert an argument. If this was your attempt at this technique, then you failed. Why don't you find an issue to fault her on where you can prove her stance by her voting record instead of perpetuating the salacious rumors started by a "donkey" because he could not stand against her in a race based simply on the issues? Is it too intellectually difficult for you to quote your sources in context? Perhaps you should find, research, and write your own story instead of trying to regurgitate someone else’s – at least wait, for your audience’s sake, until you can educate yourself enough to get it right!

Posted by tleefox on June 28, 2010 at 7:14 PM
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