Argument By Selective Reading:
making it seem as if the weakest of an opponent’s arguments was the best he had. Suppose the opponent gave a strong argument X and also a weaker argument Y. Simply rebut Y and then say the opponent has made a weak case.
This is a relative of Argument By Selective Observation, in that the arguer overlooks arguments that he does not like. It is also related to Straw Man (Fallacy Of Extension), in that the opponent’s argument is not being fairly represented.
Your argument conveniently omits the more relevant information:
American Red Cross
Top Person: Marsha Evans
Top Salary:* $651,957
Top Person: James E. Williams Jr.
Top Salary:* $488,300
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Top Person: Thomas Priselac
Top Salary:* $1,503,080
On average these executives from other non-profits made:
Mattthew Brauer mentions in his post:
Even if we take the lowest figure in that list MB is still only making 4.9%