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  •  So how about an answer? (0+ / 0-)

    I just don't get why the study, and NPR's reporting on it is considered so terrible? A "hatchet job" (by who?) and "transparently fallacious" (how so?)

    •  Read the diary. That's why I wrote it. And read (0+ / 0-)

      the replies.  It's all there.

      The NPR report is a hatchet job, transparently fallacious, and it seems to have the fingerprints of ALEC-boilerplate propaganda.

      That is a fact.  I'm just making an objective observation.

      •  Nope (0+ / 0-)

        There is no "fact" in your diary. There is a lot of opinion based on, well what I am not sure?

        What facts support:

        "The NPR report is a hatchet job, transparently fallacious, and it seems to have the fingerprints of ALEC-boilerplate propaganda."

        Specifically what is fallacious and what are the ties to ALEC?

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