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This is half a straw-man argument, as no one has - nor does he cite someone who supposedly has - referred to the Bush administration as Nazis.
One's religious views are irrelevant and a straw-man argument.
After a bewildering array of nonsequiturs and straw-man arguments, he eventually arrives at his favourite topic - the evil Tories, who are "lower than vermin.
Too often policymakers resort to straw-man arguments to justify inaction, most egregiously positing "boots on the ground" as the alternative to the United States' current ineffective policy on Syria.
The issues presented by the (appellate) decision are a test of whether Washington can work--whether we can avoid straw-man arguments and the descent into hyperbole that too often substitute for genuine engagement," he said--sounding like the good friend of President Obama that he is.