Upon closer examination, Randy didn't even make a point. Read what he said carefully:
:Lordy, I feel like I'm back in Arkansas listening to FOX News 24/7 again, getting paranoid out of my mind, and listening to all the evil organizations or ideas Obama subscribes to. I took about 3 days of that before I had to leave or go insane. It's funny how much more dark Fox news is in Arkansas than California.
As much as I try, I cannot get what he is saying with that statement. It sounds more like a rant. It is definitely not any sort of argument. There isn't even an assertion there.
:Because Obama is Black. It's as primal as that. People in the South don't want a Black president. He is so much above much it's like Sarah Palin vs. Bill Maher.
Ok. Now we have a conclusion, but I'm wondering where that conclusion came from. He's listening to FOX, getting paranoid, and listening to all the evils that FOX says Obama subscribes to. Assuming all of that is true, he surmises that the conclusion MUST be that is "Obama is black."
Non sequitur and I know Randy knows that. He then surmises that "people in the South don't want a Black President", but presents not ONE shred of evidence that his conclusion was based upon what FOX news reported, but only that he "feels" he is back in Arkansas.
:My not so humble opinion.
I love that sort of honesty, Randy. Still love you, too.
:There's no such thing as good and evil; it's intelligence vs. stupidity. :-))
Off the wall red herring that has nothing to do with anything in your argument.