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Running head: ARGUMENT CREDIBILITY 1 Argument Credibility CRT 205
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ARGUMENT CREDIBILITY 2 Argument Credibility An online video that I found with a claim being made was http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/vp/37768325#37768325 , it is a news story from Msnbc about a conspiracy theorist that takes on BP oil spill. Bill Randall, a North Carolina Congressional Candidate, claims that not only BP, but our own administration planned for the oil spill. This claim does conflict with my personal observations; I do not believe that it was in any way intentional. Why would BP or our administration plan for lives to be taken? The background information that I have previously read gives this claim a low
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Unformatted text preview: initial plausibility. The background information that I have received comes from Msnbc and reports from BP. The author, Bill Randall, is a tea-party backed candidate for North Carolina’s 13 th district house seat. The author is completely biased in saying this claim. He admitted that this was purely speculative and based on no facts (The Huffington Post, 2010). ARGUMENT CREDIBILITY 3 Reference The Huffington Post. (2010, August) Bill Randall, GOP Congressional Candidate, Floats Oil Spill Conspiracy Theory. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/06/17/bill-randall-gop-congress_n_615007.html...
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