A false dilemma (also called black-and-white thinking, bifurcation, denying a conjunct, the either–or fallacy, false dichotomy, fallacy of exhaustive hypotheses, the fallacy of false choice, the fallacy of the false alternative, or the fallacy of the excluded middle) is a type of informal fallacy that involves a situation in which only limited al ...[text shortened]... t there is at least one additional option.
Appeal to tradition (also known as argumentum ad antiquitatem, appeal to antiquity, or appeal to common practice) is a common fallacy in which a thesis is deemed correct on the basis that it is correlated with some past or present tradition. The appeal takes the form of "this is right because we've always done it this way."
Originally posted by googlefudge 1. That would be illegal.
2. What kind of country would you have us be?
3.Because we should totally be the kind of place that forcibly takes peoples stuff for no good reason.
4.I mean, how many other rich people in the UK essentially pay 80% taxes.
5.We are demonising these people for what reason now?
1. Make it legal.
2. A fair one.
3. Force? The good reason is equality and fairness.
4. None? But nobody else is that rich.
5. Not demonising them. I would advocate leaving them as very rich
people and if they want to stand for election as President good on them.
How can we have differing opinions when we are the same religion and share the same beliefs?