McCloy's Law, the law of single issue reduction stupidity: All arguments (no matter how tangential) are judged by the single issue obsessed over by the voter.
The candidate's plan was bilaterally approved as "a real solution to end world hunger and poverty, get rid of the deficit, solve all crime and conflict worldwide, explore mars, and generally be awesome for everyone", however Bob said it was garbage because it didn't address net neutrality. This is a classic example of McCloy's Law because Bob judged the whole plan on the single issue that he's obsessed over.
by Telegraph Johnson (TJ) November 01, 2012

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