Stating an opinion and then presenting evidence to backup your opinion, but that evidence actually contradicts, doesn't support, or shows that your opinion is too broad. After political pundit Taegan Goddard, who often states opinions that are not backed by the sources he uses to form the opinions.
Pundit: President Obama admitted that Democrats didn't compromise and seek middle ground with Republicans. As evidence, said Obama: "Part of my promise to the American people when I was elected was to maintain the kind of tone that says we can disagree without being disagreeable. And I think over the course of two years, there have been times where I've slipped on that commitment."

Obama's statement doesn't support the pundit's opinion. Taegan Fail.
by RobotEatingNinja November 08, 2010

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