I thought "begs the question" was correct?
begs the question is a term that comes from formal logic. It's a translation of the Latin phrase petitio principii, and it's used to mean that someone has made a conclusion based on a premise that lacks support. ( ... (6) So Squiggly's argument is based on a faulty premise.Mar 6, 2014
'Bring the question' is a parliamentary term from Rules of Order.
Example would be: " Most of Tidewater's posts beg the question".
My goodness. How can you say that? I'm the poster child for evidentiary support (if evidentiary support had a poster child).