It seems it was just a few weeks ago that Ellis Washington was lecturing us on the dangers of the Hegelian dialectic, employing his own leaps of logic in the process:
I further wrote that Hegelian dialectic (or Hegelian logic) sounds good, but ultimately it is sophistic, anti-logical and genocidal. Hegelian dialectic is specious propaganda for leftists who portend to be smart, cosmopolitan and “modern.” Applying Hegelian dialectic in modern political discourse has caused societal devolution – Congress routinely creates laws antagonistic to legitimate constitutional principles; our presidents dictate executive orders to enforce laws in violation of natural rights; our judges frequently exhibit a jurisprudence pathology akin to Nietzsche’s Will to Power to create law out of whole cloth from the bench, laws that are diametrical to God’s law and Veritas (truth).
It seems Washington preferred logic process is one that always concludes that liberals are evil. In his July 19 WorldNetDaily column, Washington starts off ranting about eugenics, then ultimately ends up here:
Since 1900 the question of eugenics has been inextricably connected with leftists alarm at population explosion. Their solution: global birth control, genocide and democide. It was not just that the wrong people were breeding, eugenicists protested, but that the planet was becoming choked with humanity. Birth control became more or less standard in utopias since 1900. The Supreme Court, in Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), paved the way for the legalization of birth control pill, and 40 years ago, in Roe v. Wade (1973), the Court legalized infanticide, now approaching 60 million casualties.
The Progressive Revolution will continue to mandate universal policies of death for unfit populations through their current champion, President Barack Obama, unless and until conservatives raise up their own champion to defeat him.
Washington is definitely being sophistic and anti-logical here. We're not sure what one would call the lightyear-length leap of logic that equates a court decision that legalizes the lawful, noncoercive use of birth control with genocide.
Then again, this is a guy who imagines his far-right rants to be no less than Socratic, so it's not shocking at all to see his logic synapses misfire so badly.