going above and beyond
- Nov 17, 2006
Why would ANYONE be surprised, in that isn’t it obvious that nothing we can create in a laboratory or from another animal could/ever would match the benefits to a baby’s general health, immune system and IQ of the milk that their healthy mother would produce?
Colostrum Is very obviously a better option than laboratory/factory produced formula, however isn't the healthy mother's milk still No.1/better than anything else by a considerable margin?
Is there a specific reason why YOU never ever address assertions or answer question in the direct manner [like this] possible with this medium, and where did my question even touch on the women who for various reasons have difficulty or cannot breastfeed at all, whereby they have literally no choice with regard to using alternativcs?
Nearly all of your posts fit the mold of rhetoric:
A rhetorical question is a figure of speech in the form of aquestion that is asked in order to make a point. The question, a rhetorical device, is posed not to elicit a specific answer, but rather to encourage the listener to consider a message or viewpoint. Though classically stated as a proper question, such a device may be posed declaratively but implying a question, and therefore may not always require a question mark when written. Though a rhetorical question does not require a direct answer, in many cases it may be intended to start a discussion or at least draw an acknowledgement that the listener understands the intended message.
... Why not be specific with regard to exactly what is rhetorical as opposed to factual about either of these questions Clyde [assuming you actually KNOW what rhetoric means]? ...