Question: obviously if people are serving wildly from lane to lane...
Obviously if people are serving wildly from lane to lane while driving, then they are reckless drivers and ought to have their license suspended. So I don’t understand why that woman, who crossed into my lane and crashed into me while serving to avoid a pedestrian, hasn’t had her license suspended.
A. Does this passage commit a fallacy?
B. Does it commut an appeal to pity fallacy?