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Anyone that regularly gets attacked by right wing nut jobs needs to read this: The Gish Gallop. 

The Gish Gallop, named after creationist Duane Gish, is the debating technique of drowning the opponent in such a torrent of half-truths, lies, and straw-man arguments that the opponent cannot possibly answer every falsehood in real time

Anyone in the science, atheism, progressive, lgbt, women's rights, pro-union, environment, etc. communities likely has to deal with this conservative debate tactic on a daily basis. I never knew it had a name.

Regardless, that's why I'm so course with irrational right wing idiots so often. Even an irrefutable point by point debunking of their rants would prove incapable of piercing their cognitive dissonance. So I laugh at them. They deserve our mockery. 
[edit] Bullet-point lists. In written form, a Gish Gallop is most commonly observed as a long list of supposed facts or reasons, as a pamphlet or green ink web page, with a title that proudly boasts the number of reasons involved. The individual points must also be fairly terse; ...
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It's pretty simple in reality. Force them to show their work and the load of assertions dumped instead show the assertions to have no solid basis of any kind. Of course only the rational reader will see that the creationist is full of it. The rest will appear like this:
In the Presidential debates Mitt did this too.
xians assert critics must read their bible however they need not read Darwin's 'Origin of Species'. ;) 
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