Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Huebschian logic

Jessica McBride, last Friday, derided Gov. Jim Doyle for warning that property taxes will go up if a state budget isn't agreed upon soon by state legislators. Sayeth McBride, in a post titled "Doylian logic:"
Is he kidding me? How can he say this stuff with a straight face?
We'll be anxiously awaiting her attack on the Republican Speaker of the Assembly, after this statement on Wednesday, just five days later:
"Property taxes will go up soon, if we don't act soon," said Assembly Speaker Mike Huebsch (R-West Salem). "We know there are deadlines that are looming."
Would that be Huebschian logic?


  1. Well, left that questionn on her blog. We'll see if she has the wherewithal to post it.

  2. Aha! I've caught you in a fallacy. Everyone knows that there's no such thing as Heubschian Logic. It's a myth like fiscally responsible Republicans or Family Values Candidates.

  3. Experience teaches that whenever McBride or one of the other similarly situated dingbats mentions "logic," run like hell.