Justifying bad behavior with weak moral equivalence arguments …

Posted on May 1 2016 9:22 pm
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Comment posted on Was Johnny Cash a Racist, Cop-Killer Apologist Like Common? by Tar_n_Feathers

Justifying bad behavior with weak moral equivalence arguments is a game that many children learn to master. Not coincidentally, it is also part of the Left's bag of lame rhetorical tricks.

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