Title says it all....
I ask that my opponent be respectful, and I will show the same courtesy.
I'm starting this debate due to something that has recently come up in Uganda, People are starting a campaign to keep troops that are helping the Ugandan Army capture Joseph Kony. I think we should, because it would create/help build an image of America as a country that can help. I know we are in debt but this could also possible open a door to repay some of the debt that we owe to countries. So I say, Why not?...
This is how it works: We will do three drawings each. You will choose something, anything really, for me to draw, for example; A ninja riding a train. Be creative but realistic, I am not a skilled computer artist so keep it reasonable.
You give me something to draw and I'll draw it in round two. Round one is only for your acceptance and my first thing.
Do you accept this challenge?
I believe that as technogy is advancing, the level of intellect that our youth posseses is slowly decreasing because we rely on conputers and the internet to give us all the answers....
As this is the current LD topic for March/April, I would like this to be as closely structured to an LD debate as possible. All styles of LD cases are acceptable, you don't have to run a traditional value-criterion case.
Rounds will break down like this.
1. Acceptance from both sides.
2. Pro case, con case and rebuttals.
3. Pro rebuttals and defense against con argu...
Resolved: Targeted Killing is a morally permissible foreign policy tool
LD-style debates. All forms of LD cases are acceptable.
Round format will go as thus.
Round One: Pro posts case
Round Two: Con posts case and refutes, pro defends and refutes
Round Three: Con refutes and defends. Pro refutes and defends. No new arguments in this round.
With that in mind, I await my opponent....
If time heals all wounds, how come the belly button always stays the same?...
Debate resolution will simply be "Trial of 16kadams"
Round 1: Acceptance
Round 2: Each debater outlines a 5-point plan for the New Zealand economy (no rebuttals)
Round 3: Rebuttals
Round 4: Summarising