Originally Posted by Raiderhader
I fail to see how the slippery slope argument is not valid.
Because the slippery slope argument is never a valid argument. It's simply a way to move the goal posts when you can't win an argument on its own merits, so instead you say "Well, if you allow THIS to happen, that means THIS OTHER THING could happen, and THIS OTHER THING is bad, therefore THIS must be prohibited".
It's a total bullshit argument that is NEVER valid.