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Do you think health care should be free?

Stevie17
SitaraMusica

Health care should be free! in the long run it will be better for the government because people will be healthy so relying on the government for money to fix their issues will be less. Health care benefits everybody and we cannot have a stable community without healthy citizens....

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Should school lunches be regulated/healthy?

flash7221
Blade-of-Truth

I have taken the position of Con for this debate. I will be arguing against the school lunches that Michelle Obama has put into our school. All the whole grain, fat free garbage that is now in my schools vending machines, the lunches, and no more junk food. Round 1 is simply accepting the challenge, I look forward to an opponent. Round 2 is opening arguments Round 3 is rebuttals, and any new argument(s). Round 4 is rebuttals, no new arguments shall be made. State conclusion at end a...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Abortion is a mother's right.

Torvald
InVinoVeritas

It should be the prerogative of the mother to have a fetus or embryo aborted, since it is not a child, but an extension of her own body, and remains such until the third trimester. I challenge anyone to make a valid case for why a mother should not be allowed to have an abortion. The debate shall be conducted under the following rules: 1. No trolling 2. Ordered, at least to some extent, and civil conduct 3. Legible and comprehensible English 4. No sensationalism; unfounded statements like...

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26 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

should children under 12 get a cell phone?

zexton232
republicofdhar

I don't think CHILDREN UNDER 12 SHOULD GET A PHONE BECAUSE THEY CAN PUT OUT TOO MUCH INFORMATION AND THEY CAN GET KIDNAPPED! And that is not good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

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5 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

resolved: a just society ought to presume consent for organ procurement from the deceased

voltrusgaming
Ameliamk1

I affirm the resolved : a just society ought to presume consent for organ procurement of the deceased . my definitions for this round are observation 1 the resolution is talking about a just society not just a random society. Since we are talking about "a" just society not society"s implicating we only talk about one my value for today"s round is - life and my criterion is - minimizing death these two relate because the resolution allows organs be procured from the decea...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Universal Health Care Would be Beneficial to the U.S.

Legitdebater
bsh1

This debate is impossible to accept at this time However, if you do want to participate, please tell me in the comments section. I will choose an opponent in about 3 days time.Debate Structure: Round 1: AcceptanceRound 2: Arguments and RebuttalsRound 3: Arguments and RebuttalsRound 4: Final Refutations and closing arguments;...

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Updated 6 Months Ago

Do sandwich need bread or can it be a without the bread?

TheGamingDragon0515
AlexanderOc

I think a sandwich doesn't need bread to classify as a sandwich. A sandwich just needs a top, filling, and a bottom. So as long as a sandwich has a cover, a filling, and a bottom it is considered a sandwich...

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4 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

On balance, coffee is more beneficial than tea.

Themba
schachdame

It's time I denounce the crux of Earl Gray supporters and the general tea proponents.Debate Structure1st Round - Acceptance ONLY

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22 Comments
Updated 5 Months Ago

should the Nhs treat self inflicted illnesses

cilla_e
Keeyan

Should the NHS use up valuable resources to treat self inflicted illness? by self inflicted i mean those that are obese or have lung cancer due to excessive smoking or may have liver cirrhosis due to alcholism. these people have been warned according to the government that their lifestyle will lead to bad consequences yet they still continue with this poor lifestyle and expect treatment when things go haywire. however there are people out there whose illesses are not of their fault who arent get...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Abortion

jezziqqua
Mehul555

Giving birth puts the life of the mother more at risk than the baby. So if a fetus was defected, and wouldn't even be able to survive after birth, why should the mother risk her life to give birth to a baby that won't even survive? And why should the mother become so attached to a baby.. her baby for 9 long months only for the baby to not even have a chance to survive? That is too cruel for the mother. A woman should be allowed have an abortion....

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Updated 1 Month Ago