"You can't believe Jack when he says there

 "You can't believe Jack when he says there

"You can't believe Jack when he says there is a God because he doesn't even have a job."

"He's physically addicted to nicotine. Of course he defends smoking! "I can't believe that anyone really listens

to what the American Rifle Association has to say. After all, they're just a bunch of ignorant yokels."

"If you weren't so stupid you would have no problem seeing my point of view."

Bill: "I believe that abortion is morally wrong." Dave: "Of course you would say that, you're a priest."

Bill: "What about the arguments I gave to support my position?" Dave: "Those don't count. Like I said, you're a

priest, so you have to say that abortion is wrong. Further, you are just a lackey to the Pope, so I can't believe what you say."

I like vanilla ice cream because its my favorite kind!

George Bush was the best candidate for president because he was totally better than all the others.

Homework is boring because it is so tedious. Richardson is the most successful mayor the

town has ever had because he's the best mayor of our history.

Im not a doctor, but I play one on T.V. Michael Jordan endorsing Hanes underwear

Bill Cosby endorsing Jell-O brand products Im not a lawyer, but I did sleep in a

Holiday Inn last night. Matt, Jay, & Cherish from WABB endorsing Krystals.

Senator Jill: "We'll have to cut education funding this year."

Senator Bill: "Why?" Senator Jill: "Well, either we cut the social programs or we live with a huge deficit

and we can't live with the deficit." Bill: "Jill and I both support having

prayer in public schools." Jill: "Hey, I never said that!" Bill: "You're not an atheist are you

Jill?" "Look, you are going to have to

make up your mind. Either you decide that you can afford this stereo, or you decide you are

going to do without music for a while."

Usually has the words either & or in the argument Does not need the words

either & or in the argument This fallacy is also called False Dilemma.

People are like dogs. They respond best to clear discipline.

This soap is like a dream. It lifts you up to a spiritual plane. A school is not so different from a

business. It needs a clear competitive strategy that will lead to profitable growth.

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