Zeno's Paradox
While critical thinking may not make up for a lack of knowledge, it is essential for gaining knowledge.
Thursday, March 23, 2006:  
Influence, Critical Thinking:
Pardon Me, But Your Propaganda Is Showing

Orac beat me to the story, twice. It's nice to see the press and other bloggers catching this. This time at least the president isn't admitting it's propoganda, but that's not the point. The issue is that the president isn't addressing peoples' questions, and isn't giving rational responses. Instead, he's hoping people will be swayed by his misinformation.

(Bush Using Straw-Man Arguments in Speeches by Jennifer Loven)

    -  Ron  10:10 AM

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