Banning Smoking in Restaurants

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


  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).


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