Presidential Election Illogical fallacies

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  • Presidential Election Illogical Fallicies
  • By: Nic Tamayo & Alyssa Lyons
  • False Cause (Hilary 10/19 Debate)
  • “The steps that Obama took saved the economy.”
  • Fact: The Obama stimulus plan in 2009 led to the lowest stimulus growth in GDP since 1949. What Hilary is saying contradicts the fact that Obama’s stimulus plan destroyed our nation’s GDP. Hilary is trying to cover up Obama because her plan is similar to this plan.
  • False Cause (Trump 10/19 Debate)
  • I can tell you that some of the candidates went in and they didn’t know the air conditioner didn’t work, they sweated like dogs. The didn’t know the room was too big because they didn’t know anyone was there. How are they going to beat Isis?
  • Trumps claim is a false cause because the air conditioning not working does not relate to the candidates ability to defeat Isis.
  • I believe if my opponent should win this race, which I truly don't think will happen, we will have a second amendment which will be a very, very small replica of what it is right now.
  • Slippery Slope (Trump 9/26 Debate)
  • Trump claims that if Hilary wins she would get rid of the second amendment. Hilary has never stated this, she has claimed that she will make the gun laws stricter, but does not want to completely abolish guns.
  • Appeal to Emotion (Ted Cruz 6th Presidential Debate)
  • You are 50 years old and some kid walks in and tells you that you're out of work. You don't know where to go or where to turn. Do we have an answer to that? We do.
  • Ted Cruz uses appeal to emotion when asked about taxes. He uses this to try and avoid answering a question about jobs. He makes the audience think about how they would feel about the situation if they were in that position. He wants to make them angry and upset about how this problem is being handled
  • Appeal to Emotion (Hilary Clinton 9/27 Debate)
  • Today is my grand daughter's birthday.
  • When Hilary is asked why she is the better candidate for producing more jobs and money for future American workers, she first responds by saying, “today is my granddaughter’s second birthday.” She goes on by trying to pull your emotion towards her side as quick as possible before you even hear her political response.
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