It's called "Opinion".
See, you'll notice the topic is about our likes and dislikes. I like the way Barack Obama and Joe Biden are set up. I dislike the way John McCain and Sarah Palin are set up. Ergo, I will illustrate why I like the way Obama/Biden are, and dislike why McCain/Palin are.
Show me exactly where I claimed it to be fact, and you might have a point.
You use the term "has" - this is ownership. Not that he "may have" or "I think he has". The statement is an absolute.
Absolutes can still be opinion.
For instance, saying, "I have the need for a Pepsi" is opinion as well. I very well may not need a pepsi, but I still hold the opinion that I do. Another example is, "John Smith has the knowledge on how to build a better rocket." He may not have the knowledge to build a better rocket, but I can hold that in my opinion as well. They key is the adverb (need), or adjectives (Better, good).
Slink, the best you can argue is that I have poor grammar, in which case this is a pointless strawman.
This post has been edited by Deus Ex Machina: 30 October 2008 - 09:07 AM