So when you say "Really, he uses anyone uneducated.", with "he" meaning Trump, and "anyone" meaning those who support him, that's not ad hominem, but when I call you progressive, that's ad hominem Got it! Thanks!
I never took debate in school, so I doubt I'm capable of implementing a basic debate strategy. However, that's absolutely not a sign of your argument being valid.
I didn't say I ignore history, I said I ignored your history lesson. Please...
If you know of any president who has been attacked, not just from day one, but from the day he was elected, as much as Trump has been, then please let me know. Yes, he brings on a lot of what he gets, but those attacks are the very definition of ad hominem.
And let's be perfectly clear, a president should not be impeached just because they are not liked. Vote them out. Can we at least agree on that?
You made an interesting comment regarding swaying or appealing to those who might disagree. I see the very same thing. Using Imgflip as an example, meme after meme with nothing but personal attacks against Trump. I've seen from day one the literal fabrication by the mainstream media, things he and his supporters have supposedly said and done but have not. Those who engage in this have such a bad case of TDS that they fail to realize, those who might be swayed to agree with them, were they making intelligent arguments, are in fact dismissing their arguments as nothing more than noise.
I'm one who could be swayed. I was not a big Trump supporter. But endless 'orange man bad' and 'Trump and his supporters are uneducated' does nothing to sway me to change my opinion.
Don't worry, I won't attempt to force you to list the reasons you think he's worthy of hate, because I'm not going to list the reasons he's a good president. I'm fair that way. Plus, it really wouldn't change either of our positions, don't you agree?
Wow, your analysis of the NYT's clear opinion as a statement of fact, pretty much leaves me gobsmacked. Please cite your references. Particularly the "political enemies" quote.
Don't believe I dismissed the NYT based on one article. Since then, I've spent more time than I have in the recent past reading the NYT, and believe me, they hate Trump, and they don't care whether or not proof is on full display in news pieces. What ever happened to op/ed? Now, the TDS is right there, for all to see, brainwashing any ignorant fool who can't tell the difference between news and opinion.