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RonPaulConservative
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16kadams
Con (against)

A Gold Standard

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 11/27/2016 Category: Economics
Updated: 1 week ago Status: Challenge Declined
Viewed: 110 times Debate No: 97335
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RonPaulConservative

Pro

The resolution is that the United States Government should define the dollar in terms of Gold and Silver and put the Country on a Gold based system. My full plan is this:
http://commonsenseeconomics2.blogspot.com...
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Posted by RonPaulConservative 1 week ago
RonPaulConservative
@dsjpk5
I altered a few TECHNICALITIES, the plan remains the same.
Posted by dsjpk5 1 week ago
dsjpk5
So why modify it over and over as the debate continued?
Posted by RonPaulConservative 1 week ago
RonPaulConservative
@dsjpk5
It wasn't refuted by whiteflame,
Posted by dsjpk5 1 week ago
dsjpk5
Are you going to modify your plan as it gets refuted like you did with Whteflame?
Posted by Nonlin.org 1 week ago
Nonlin.org
Gold is a relic. We have better alternatives these days. And why do we even need to impose a standard? Gold emerged as a historic standard but it was not alone.
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