Comment: Calling you a racist only requires you to use precious argument

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Calling you a racist only requires you to use precious argument

syllables to explain how you aren't (its expected of you), rather than to use those syllables to explain your real point.

Meanwhile your opponent is able to use HIS allotted syllables to make his case against yours, giving him a distinct advantage.

Calling you a racist simply attempts to set YOUR starting block back a mile, so that in a half mile race YOU have to cover a mile and a half, while your opponent runs half a mile.

Only way to beat the technique is to simply ignore it. Refuse to cover the additional ground. No matter how compelled you feel to do it.