I think you've made the point for him.
Key words "if we follow that logic"
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
So, Pakistan and India both have nuclear weapons. Kashmir is in dispute.
It's worth a thought.
Meanwhile, more importantly, what a great gig for Jay QC. You'd back him to have a zillion briefs rolling in after this is done.
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His point is that the obvious fallacy of that argument indicates that the logic is faulty.
You still aren't getting it. It's little to do with the Iraq war and everything to do with blatant logical fallacy.
The same people will be complaining when the Iraqis decide that they are going to follow Saudi and enforce a barbaric version of Sharia, where women are oppressed and killed. And then when the new government decides to toe out of line for even a second against the US's wishes like Saddam did, the whole process will start all over again. Great progress for the Iraqis.
He wasn't defending the invasion for the last time in that post. He was saying that it was a logically flawed argument, because if you apply to the other situation, you get two completely contradictory answers.
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