Informal Logic includes a way of arguing called "Reductio Ad Absurdum" . . .
. . . which is a very dangerous conversational tactic if anything of importance is at stake, because it ASSUMES that your audience can see the Insanity of their Beliefs IF they were actually applied to the Real World, which means it ASSUMES that bankrupt self-confessed serial finger rapist geriatric game show hosts CANNOT be elected Commander-in-Chief just because the Red Commie Russian KGB Chief unleashes a torrent of obvious Fake News to foment an American Civil War, leaving Russia the proverbial "Last Man Standing." Clearly, Reductio Ad Absurdum ASSUMES too much! Be that as it may, Warner Bros.' main warning division, their Looney Tuners, try to use this questionable means of persuasion to shame the Breadbasket of Deplorable U.S. Red States NOT to vote for Anarchy, Civil War, Satan, and Tyranny. During BOSKO'S DIZZY DATE, his gal Honey begins the action trying to give her young ward Wilbur a violin lesson. However, she's so immature herself that she quickly decides to abandon Wilbur HOME ALONE in order to ride into the woods with Bosko for a "quickie." When Bosko arrives at the home she shares with Wilbur, Honey's so "Hot To Trot" that she shimmies seductively on her balcony over Bosko for a long interlude so that he can get a full eye-opening lingering view of her frilly white panties. Wilbur, of course, is never seen again, which is what Warner Bros. tries to say will happen to America's actual Youth of the 21st Century if the Job-Killing Corrupt Capitalist Fat Cat Billionaires are allowed to foist our kids off upon Putin's For-Profit Charter Shack Education Secretary Betsy Devos, with whom Michigan's Billionaire Party Governor Rick Snider already has schemed to entirely decimate the Detroit Public School System with her Evil Shenanigans, as a "test case." Unfortunately, BOSKO'S DIZZY DATE was too subtle for the Confederate Nazi Red Staters to "get," and may have actually tipped the 2016 Election to Putin's Side.
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