Transcript: Blood on the Floor, Jun 19 2006

Thom's philosophy when debating.

Blood on the Floor, June 19 2006

Well, my point, you know, when I say we need to be able to debate conservatives without there being blood on the floor afterwards is that when you resort to name-calling, when you resort to hitting below the belt, then not only do you not win, but you eliminate any possibility of future discussion.

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