British Columbia's Family Day Should Be Moved to Match the Rest of Canada's
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First round is acceptance only and no new arguments in the final round.
No new arguments in the final round, so Con's entire case is Canada is stupid and the country is entirely hobos. Even if those were true, it doesn't change the reasons I provided that BC should move the date of its Family Day, so vote Pro.
It also may be worth pointing out Con's arguments were uncited and both Ahsoka and Lao Zi were not around when Canada was a country and didn't even know it existed. Plus, only between 150,000-300,000 Canadians are homeless, yet over 35 million people live in Canada. (1)
henryzietlow forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by tejretics 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct - Pro. Con forfeited the final round of debate. Forfeits are rarely considered acceptable conduct in any debate setting. Con also called the people of Canada "stupid", and such external-debate insults are also considered unacceptable conduct. Con also used an ad hominem attack against Pro, calling him "stupid". Arguments - Pro. Con's entire case was based on the assertion that Canada is "stupid", and Con misquotes Lao Tzi and Ashoka. Both were bare assertions, the former misconducted and subjective, the latter incorrect. Pro made a solid case in making stronger civilian ties between Canada and the United States by sharing a holiday. Pro also adequately refuted Con's case. Sources - Tie. Pro used sources, but they cannot be considered more reliable since Con did not use any sources. Thus, arguments and conduct to Pro. As always, happy to clarify this RFD.
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