Banning Smoking in Restaurants

and slaughtering political dissidents amounts to about the same thing, according to David Kramer.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, David Kramer is susceptible to the fallacy of "affirming the consequent" -- just because the Nazis opposed smoking doesn't mean that everyone who opposes smoking is a Nazi. X implies Y is not the same as Y implies X.

    Here is another example of Kramer committing this fallacy: (the part where Kramer claims someone claimed Rothbard was a Marxist).