Impromptu Debate.

1stLordofTheVenerability
twsurber

Greetings to my opponent! This is going to be a debate styled in an 'Impromptu' fashion. Each round will only have ten minutes in which my opponent and I are to post. This first round is merely to explain the rules and introduce onseself as willing to debate. It will work like this. I will formulate three topics and post them in comments for my opponent. My opponent will then pick one of them and argue Pro/Con regarding that topic alone (not mine). Just before my opponent accepts the...

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The Easter Bunny Has Rights Too

1stLordofTheVenerability
Marauder

Greetings to my opponent and all viewers! Let me relate a saddening tale filled with woe and despair this past Easter. The Easter Bunny generously left chocolate rabbits to all of the good people of the wealthy Democratic nations whom celebrate both the Christian and secular holiday. Anyhow, I received one of his (The Easter Bunny is currently a male named Easter Alphonzo CLXXIVX) gifts from a certain perpetrator who shall go unnamed, lest that person's infamy is recorded in the annals of inh...

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Denmark is Better than America

FREEDO
1stLordofTheVenerability

I hold the stance that Denmark is over all a better place to live than the United States of America. No tricky semantics for this debate....

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Impromptu Debate

1stLordofTheVenerability
brian_eggleston

Greetings to my opponent and all readers. Good luck, have fun. We're going to attempt a new debate format called 'Impromptu', so please consider that we only have ten minutes to post when judging for errors or discrepancies in spelling. We each have two arguments; the first will introduce the topic and greet the opponent. The second will create an -in-depth argument on the topic. We would have five or ten minutes to argue in round two. The exhilarating part would be that we don't debate th...

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Napoleon Bonaparte Was Not a Warmongering Conquerer

LiquidNazgul
1stLordofTheVenerability

I want to say that first off, I do apologize if this is in the wrong category. If it is indeed in the wrong place, please correct me. There's numerous images of Napoleon Bonaparte. The megalomaniac conqueror drunk on glory is fixed in the mainstream imagination. Napoleon supposedly sacrificed world peace to his insatiable personal ambition ambition. A bloodthirsty ogre, he bled France white to achieve his ends. I personally think this is historically inaccurate. I would love to debate this...

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Ronald McDonald 'Retirement'

1stLordofTheVenerability
brian_eggleston

Greetings Brian! I thought I would invite you to this debate since you like the miscellaneous and random. This fits the bill. I recall that once you argued against obese people, so I hope you won't mind this change of tune - arguing for them. :P However, this is a saddening and almost depressing revelation. Is personal responsibility being eroded so that a mere symbol can be blamed upon the choices and actions of hundreds of thousands of people? This debate is predominantly about the...

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Which Significant Power was the most ill-prepared for conflict at the start of WWII

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Ninja_Tru

Greetings to my opponent. Good luck and have fun. : ) World War II ignited spontaneously. A very short arms race was engaged in slightly before Poland was invaded, but the only nations actually ready for a conflict of scale were Germany, Italy and Japan. Even the mighty Imperial Great Britain was caught off guard and with a poorly equipped Air Force, slightly obsolescant technology on its Naval Fleet and an expeditionaty force that likely wasn't ready for such a conflict (such as the lat...

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The Americans should send the Irish back where they came from

brian_eggleston
1stLordofTheVenerability

The Irish aren't very adventurous with their food and they won't eat pasta, rice, noodles or any other "foreign muck" with their meat so when the potato harvests failed during the late 1840's (1) millions of Irish people emigrated to America dreaming of new lives with an abundance of French fries to go with their succulent lamb chops, juicy pork steaks and rich beef and Guinness pies. Now, "the luck of the Irish" is a well-known and well-deserved idiom because when they arrived in America t...

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Updated 4 Years Ago

Who was the worst political leader of history?

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Danielle

Greetings to my opponent. Good luck, have fun and please keep your arguments clean. : ) Long have people argued, debated and considered who the worst political or military leader the world has seen thus far in history; such names as Pol Pot, Vladimir Tepes, Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Idi Amin, Mussolini, Tito, Papa Doc, Mao Tse-Tung, Saddam Husseim, Genghis Khan and a plethora of others. I aim to argue that Joseph Stalin was the worst of these, though he was a member of the grand Alliance in WWI...

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Economic Sanctions is it right?

banker
1stLordofTheVenerability

I am no debating fan or a debating guru. but responding to a idiotic debate topic,that made my blood boil due to its stupidity istarted this debate.!! as its apparent that some here are so ignorant of history and its lessons, that they are willing to support charlatans who's only goal is jihad and terror.!! liberty is one of our Alienated Rights.!! we are granted that from birth.!! but if we are not ready to fight for it we will surely lose it..!! fighting as a nation is going to war.!! and...

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