Ten Logical Fallacies

[Looking for an alternative to traditional Christmas carols? You can sing this to the tune of Twelve Days of Christmas!]

In the first bad argument, there was a fallacy: A false dichotomy.

In the second bad argument, there was a fallacy: Tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the third bad argument, there was a fallacy: Three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the fourth bad argument, there was a fallacy: Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the fifth bad argument, there was a fallacy: Red herring!
Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the sixth bad argument, there was a fallacy: Begging the question…
Red herring!
Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the seventh bad argument, there was a fallacy: Slippery slope, begging the question…
Red herring!
Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the eighth bad argument, there was a fallacy: No true Scotsman, slippery slope, begging the question…
Red herring!
Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the ninth bad argument, there was a fallacy: Moving the goal posts, no true Scotsman, slippery slope, begging the question…
Red herring!
Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

In the tenth bad argument, there was a fallacy: Special pleading, moving the goal posts, no true Scotsman, slippery slope, begging the question…
Red herring!
Ad hominem, three straw men, tu quoque, and a false dichotomy.

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