Do you like to see states like Califorina have disasters?
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I don't like to see people die. That's why I contest that i do not like to see states such as that have disasters.
It's also not their choice to hold a large portion of the vote.
This is nonsense.
I don't think any one has the right to kill others to accomplish their goals, but we see it day in and out all around the world. While I wouldn't take up arms to kill my enemies, I sure as hell won't shed a tear for them in their time of need nor would I lend a hand to help them.
Based on the debate, all I feel all I needed to prove is why I like to see states like California have disasters. California is a radical progressive/ liberal state. California is the "dictatorship" state of the Union. with more laws and regulations than any other state. And what do you see in California as a result? When presidents are elected by popular vote I will hate them a little less, but they can keep their way of life in their own state. They better hope we keep buying from China to keep their port cities prospering keeping the liberal state afloat even with its poor policies.
DudeStop forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by Romanii 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Holy crap... Con may have forfeited the last round, but Pro is a complete psychopath. Just because you don't like a state's political ideology doesn't mean that everyone in that state deserves death! No sources were cited and S&G were equal...
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