Democracy is flawed.

There is no system of government that is 100% flaw-free. Nothing is perfect.

Appeal To Belief

No evidence is provided to support this claim, and it's extremely unlikely to ever exist, since this would be proving a negative. It's a thought-terminating cliche.

C++ is better for programming PC apps than Java

It don't use virtual machine to run applications, compiles to native processor language.

Fallacy Of Irrelevant Purpose

This premise simply describes a characteristic of C++, without providing a rationale as to how that would make it *better*.

Free software is necessary

That doesn't requires the software to be free, just need to be "fair" or affordable

Fallacy Of Irrelevant Purpose

The premise of reusability is about the freedom to reuse other people's work instead of 'reinventing the wheel' - this is entirely unrelated to price.

Free software is necessary

Is it enough that the software is affordably cheap.

Fallacy Of Irrelevant Purpose

Free Software is about *freedom*, not price.