Wednesday, December 28, 2016
It's called a "slippery slope" argument, an over-used form of reasoning that suggests one course of action will lead to others undesirable or perhaps calamitous. When an idea presented isn't necessarily easy to argue against, it's sometimes too tempting to imagine all sorts of unacceptable trajectories that will be irretrievably launched by the decision at hand.
What’s the point?
Kudos to the Fayetteville Veterans Home for the work behind recent high marks for the facility.
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