Well it depends. Many arguments have me, a Conservative, shaking my head and from both sides. Obviously the gorilla attacks aren't legit, but neither are statements that can be categorized as elephant hurling (I think the gentlemen made this point with the -3ing).
Then you have the fellow below this post (at the time of writing) with the article that tries to make you think with the headline that People with lower IQ or Conservative background are more likely to be racist, but the idea is itself a fallacy of mixing correlation with causation, and even within the article, the people who ran the study tried to drive home the point that one doesn't relate to the other, it's just a pattern they happened to note when they surveyed a group of people (the size of which I might have skimmed over on accident, but couldn't find).
So, just in the interest of fairness, logic tends to tough to find no matter where you are or on what side, and on the internet especially.
But to those who do hit and run for the sake of feeling like a winner, yes, poo on them!