The past tense act of rebutting.
A past tense reference to the act of use of a rebuttal
A rebuttal as the act of rebutting especially in a legal suit; also : argument or proof that rebuts.
During the argument I rebuttaled that it was the randomness of the method used to obtain the information at the time in question.
Just rebutting Disco Stu here, the Aryans were originally persian.
They invaded India a few times in the last few thousands of years.
Very little amount of Indians are actually Aryan, the ones that are tend to live in northern India.
Aryans spoke an Indo-European language that is now known as Persian(Farsi).
Aryan is not only a race but also a common name in places which aryans reside.
Interracial relates to marriages, relationships, or dating between different races. In the 2000 census, there were 1.6 million interracial marriages in America. The number has undoubtedly increased. One important center is Montclair, NY where mixed-race babies are the norm.more...
Rebutting 2 common arguments against interracial mixing: 1. interracial mixing doesn't erase culture, because it promotes tolerance BETWEEN cultures, and the mixed children will be aware of many cultures, so that this world will have more SMART, DIVERSIFIED ppl instead of ethnocentric, ignorant ppl. It may lead to world peace.
2. Interracial mixing doesn't harm Asian men or black women because the reason these 2 groups are "losing" is based on their own behavior and media stereotypes. Commonly, Asian men act ethnocentric and lacking social skills to interact with Americans of all races, similarly Black women are also resistant to other races. So, if both groups would be more open and confident at parties, dating sites, whatever, they would find great success in taking risks, and ignoring the foolish advice of traditional parents.
Though some parents are liberal, others, especially Puritans and 1st-gen immigrants, tend to restrict their children to their own race. In this case, the children must realize they're the future, this is their life, and their parents are bound by the false ropes of a by-gone age, so they must make the decision themselves.
We need to understand racism and why ppl hate ...
White people who, throughout history, have taken over the world and severely fucked up anyone who got in their path.more...
Crackers have saved numerous minority cultures from slavery and death at the hands of rogue States yet have asked for nothing in return.
Today, crackers still dominate the world and make up the majority of lawyers, judges, politicians, police, soldiers and other positions of power.
Crackers are despised for their ambition, strength, intelligence and strangely, their kindness. Even today Crackers still front the bill for the millions on welfare who strangely complain that the Crackers are the ones paying their bills.
Crackers are mistakenly described as being weak, dorky, dumb, stupid, etc. The fact is that crackers simply remain the dormant, dominant race who haven't been tested in a long time. In the meantime certain minority classes, particularly niggers, have developed their own absurd cultures which they mistakenly believe dominate the culture of Crackers. However, Crackers are too busy living the high life to even bother rebutting the Niggers' culture, which is so self-evidently absurd that no comment is needed.
The hilarious irony of the word "Cracker" is that it isn't offensive to white people. This stems from common sense - who would be offended at being referred to as the most powerful race on Earth?
In summary, Crackers dominate sports, academia, business, the world. Crackers are proud of their heritage, although it may not ...
A word used to describe a situation in which a blogger totally destroys a troll's weakass argument by rebutting same with irrefutable facts.
Ann Coulter responded to a leftwing moonbat troll with evidence that completely destroyed his weakass comment. It was factastic!
A "truther" is somebody that confuses nutters, rightwingers, republicans, Hannity, Beck, O'Rielly FOX News pundits etc., by telling them the truth. Such is their nature when telling them the truth and rebutting their lies.
President Bush had a blank confused look on his face when a truther told him there were no WMD's in Iraq.
The speech act of refuting by offering a contrary contention or argument that does not actually relate to the original argument; a non-rebuttal.
It seems the Republican rebuttal writers didn't read the actual speech they were rebutting, huh? Does that make it a "buttal" instead?