Monday, August 20, 2007

She Doesn't Teach Logic Either

Most people would agree that a basic logic example would be if a=b and a=c, then b=c. But not in McBride's world, where it would be more like if a=b and a=c, then x=z.

In another response to the 50+ Things, McBride changes the rules to fit her need to try to construe that Bill Clinton's popularity was because he was such a rabid conservative. The obvious question would be, "If extreme conservatism is so popular, why is she off the air?"

UPDATE: Further and more profound dissertations have been done by both Other Side and Illusory Tenant

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