Once more into the breach…

A very good blog post that could be largely paraphrased with “you know that argument ad homen is a fallacy, right? Can you argue on the facts, please?”

Professor Ornery Dragon

Okay. Obviously, I need to clarify some things for family and friends. Or at least those I have left. First of all, yes, I think there has been a great deal of vote fraud in this election. Second, no, I am not wearing a tinfoil hat. I will explain why I believe that fraud has occurred. Before I do that, I will also say that I read a great deal and a wide variety of sources. I read the NYT, WaPo, CNN, CNBC, National Review, Epoch Times, Daily Wire, NY Post, and Real Clear Politics, among a variety of blogs. So, I read across the political spectrum, which I know is not usual for many people; especially those who argue that CNN, NYT and WaPo are the only truly accurate sources. I know that some are going to claim that Epoch Times and Newsmax are “far right-wing”. Well, yeah, if…

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Author: Foxfier

Former sailor, current geek, conservative, mother and practicing Catholic. Refugee from the Seattle blob. (No, we DIDN'T vote for those taxes!) Elf is my husband, our kids are Princess, Duchess, Baron, Empress, Chief, the Contessa, and the 7th Son.

5 thoughts on “Once more into the breach…”

  1. “Argue On The Facts”?

    That’s White Supremacy! [Very Big Sarcastic Grin]

  2. That was an excellent post. I replied in a comment, but I’m not sure if it will make it through the spam filter.

    1. I know most folks have first-post-must-be-approved turned on, for WordPress. It removes 90% of the problems.

      If it doesn’t pop up in the next few days I’ll prod her. :D

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