Now that we're all familiar to the point of boredom with Verbal Self-Defense, have a look at the following interaction from a washingtonpost.com Live Online chat with Noam Chomsky:
Washington, D.C.: I'm asking you this question sincerely: Why don't you direct your hatred of George Bush toward someone more worthy of such venom, such as Osama bin Laden?
Noam Chomsky: I don't recall having expressed any hatred for George Bush[.]
Trivial example, I know. Thing is, Chomsky deals with that kind of shit all the time. When folks say he seems a mite cranky on occasion, well, I think he's demonstrating an admirable amount of restraint, all things considered.
Anyone planning on informing me how linking same indicates that I'm objectively pro-terror?
Please. Feel free.
Another trivial example, yes, but I'm using a pedagogical approach which emphasizes repetition.