15th July 2009

“Tony Blair seems to have fallen for some Lewis Carroll-type logical fallacy that runs something like this: I believe in God; people who believe in God are good; people who are good do not do wrong; therefore, what I do is good.”

Alexander Chancellor

4 Responses to “15th July 2009”

  1. John Says:

    Didn’t the Brits call him “bush’s poodle”? I have always called him “bush’s bitch”!

  2. Oxymoronic Christhinker Says:

    Blair is an idiot, sure. On the other hand, more than a few atheists seem to believe the same sort of logical fallacy: “I don’t believe in God; people who don’t believe in God are good; people who are good do not do wrong; therefore, what I do is good.”

  3. Betsy Says:

    “I don’t believe in God; people who don’t believe in God are good; people who are good do not do wrong; therefore, what I do is good.”… umm… no.

  4. Betsy Says:

    oh, and i think it’s “Bush’s lap dog”