Any argument in its real sense needs to follow logical steps. In written argument, it may not be easy to defy logic. But there are experts who are capable of putting forth fallacious arguments and hoodwink the people. Political writers are one such. Press relations officers form another category. Verbal argument is different. It may follow neither reason nor logic. At best it may be skilful oratory. An accomplished orator can mesmerize people by his sweet-sounding arguments. Humour is another weapon he efficiently uses in his speech. In fact, such people can argue for or against a point equally well. At worst, it may be sound and fury and will follow no logic.