When an unclear term or phrase is used in an argument that does not support its conclusion.
We won't get a ticket for parking here. The sign says "Fine for parking here".
Under her (Hillary Clinton's) plan, you have open borders. You would have a disaster on trade and you will have a disaster with your open borders.Context: The third Presidential debate of the 2016 election
(Headline about Donald Trump's physical)
Doctor: No heart, cognitive issuesContext: Newspaper headline
Lee Strobel: Some critics say that the resurrection is an extraordinary event and therefore it requires extraordinary evidence (...)
Craig: Yes that sounds like common sense but it's demonstrably false (...) because this standard would prevent you from believing in all sorts of events that we do rationally embrace. For example, you would not believe the report on the evening news that the numbers chosen in last night's lottery were 4, 2, 9, 7, 8 and 3, because that would be an event of extraordinary improbability.
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