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Stereotyping could be a willful or an unintentional generalization; an assignment of a negative or positive attribute or attributes into any type of people. It is a tool utilized to persuade others to some cause. Of the five AdChoices classes from the assignment, politicians are exceptional that they'll readily stereotype one another in their quest for a vote or to influence voting. Watch CSPAN and see firsthand first class rhetorical analogy and definitions, all kinds of rhetorical devices like dysphemism euphemism, slanting, stereotyping, even bogus outrage, everything read at the assigned chapters can be viewed and heard within minutes of watching Congress debate. The fallacies used are many and well-beaten. Stereotyping from politicians has been rarely used independently. It's used within a string of fallacies like the "personal attack" ad hominem in which the term "Democrat" is seldom spoken with no term "tax those mistakes are not but are used intentionally to attach slanted claims to some group or individuals to inculcate in the listener a distorted and negative view of the goal, namely, whoever opposes them...