For some reason I can't remember this. I think if it as "issue raised and answered a thousand times" (IRAAATT) which isn't correct.
From Rational Wiki
A point refuted a thousand times, commonly abbreviated as PRATT, refers to a point or argument that has literally been refuted so many times that it is not worth bothering with. It is a common phrase on internet forums - as debates have a tendency to go in circles. Once people have refuted a point the first thousand times, it's hard for them to muster the motivation to do it again.
My e-pal Vince Iannelli, the pediatrician who writes the About.com pediatrics page, has compiled a masterful list of PRATTs for vaccine refusal: Anti-Vaccine Myths and Misinformation.
PRATTs are so common in anti-vaccine discourse that there's even a bingo card:
Closely related: "Just Asking Questions" or "JAQing off"
"Just asking questions" takes over when the answers are already well known, where the question embodies a point refuted a thousand times, or where the questioner exhibits willful ignorance.