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Well since its the american flag and says super unpatriotic you can guess that it is supposed to be sarcastic.
Maybe its saying that since SUVs use too much gas and pollute the earth that driving one is unpatriotic? There are many ways to look at.
Hmm, okay.. I kinda see what you mean...
what kind of argument would this be?? ._o
Have you studied kinds of arguments?
like arguments to inform, convince, persuade, explore, make decisions, meditate or pray, academic arguments, arguments about the past, future, present,
I would first decide how you look at the picture and go threw your notes and see what fits the description...
I would say its inductive...
Inductive Argument: An argument where the premises point several cases of some pattern, and the conclusion states that this pattern will hold in general. (An inductive argument will not be deductively valid, because even if a pattern is found many times, that doesn’t guarantee it will always be found. Therefore, an inductive argument provides weaker, less trustworthy support for the conclusion than a deductive argument does.)
Because Inductive Argument is not in the list of argument types you listed from the book, it might not be the right answer. Think about the ones you put up there. For example, the Academic Argument is a formal paper with references, etc. Is that bumper sticker in that form? If not, cross it off the list. Keep going like that until you have just a few it might be, or even just one. Then it is a lot easier to get the right answer.