"you dont want reasonable consequences" is a great tweet-response to the tweet-accusation you described. Writing more than that only adds argumentative weak points to the message. Unfortunately, sloganeering matters more and more these days; the losing side of an argument is the one that's elaborating their arguments the most. Sohpistry thrives on its enemies' good faith.
i dont worry about sloganeering, i want people to understand their opponent even if they only use the best part in their retort.
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to imply that you do. But I believe that your opponents do, and that one of the few ways to counter them in public is to have equally effective messaging.
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