Friday, November 19, 2004

Thomas Sowell debunks the fallacy of the unlimited enemy argument (e.g., as danced around most recently, again, our favorite frog, who, by the way, is accummulating many below the threshold points against his vow to accentuate the positive which was noted here.)

I might add that the limitlessness shouldn't require significant influx of illegal alien terrorists to a country with a population of 25 million (or is that outsourcing?) or major employment bonus offers to sustain a situation that this argument indciates.


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