NPA personality theory
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Re: Supreme Court nominees
I don't think you get it. He's got a non-sanguine complexion. So, obviously he does not have the N trait, unless you are creating your own version of NPA theory. To say that there was never anybody in Ireland with the A or PA genetic underpinning is merely a self-serving device used to justify a typing of Cakeface Kavanaugh but ultimately amounts to a fallacy of reasoning from the general to the particular. It shows a blatant disregard for the numerous As and PAs say in Northern Ireland where the IRA operates. There are numerous examples of Irishmen with nonsanguine faces; therefore, the generalization does not hold true for every person of Irish descent (furthermore, you don't know the extent has genetic irish descent has been mixed with other cultural descents)....the Irish and Scots were both interbred with outside cultures, so you're making statements about his ancestry that you don't have the evidence to make.
When we say that a culture is a certain NPA type, we aren't saying that every single person in that culture is that type. That would be like saying every single black person has sickle-cell anemia or every single person in the USA is right-handed. Cakeface Kavanaugh is a Cheney replicant, a carbon copy of the crackpot ideologue.