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The clear assumption behind your statement is that Charles Schumer would not approve of any bill that helped the GOP, and that anyone who disagreed with that statement has failed your "logical test".

I think you have a tenuous grasp of the concepts of logic and fallacies. I neither said nor implied anything about anyone else other than Chuck Schumer in that snippet. I merely asked a question.

But the logical test itself is illogical, because it has not been demonstrated that Charles Schumer would vote against any bill simply on the basis that it would help Republicans.


Okay. Let's rephrase, counselor.

What incentive does Chuck Schumer have to vote on a bill that supposedly helps Republicans politically?

That is not a logical test. That is simply a fallacy dressed up in respectable clothes.

Whatever you say. A fallacy is a mistaken belief, esp. one based on unsound argument or a failure in reasoning that renders an argument invalid. You've demonstrated neither in your posts and your argument goes away entirely in light of my question above.
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