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While ad hominem might be an easy way to win an argument in a more informal setting, I'm not sure that's the route we should take when refuting arguments. Like it or not, Oprea has been appointed as a four-star general in 2009. Classifying him as a "soldier" is just about as relevant as saying he's a "politician and suit-wearer".cutkiller (talk) 3:54, 2 September 2016 (UTC)