Ford is better than Chevy
Debate Rounds (2)
PRO bears the entirety of the burden of proof, and must demonstrate that Ford is objectively superior to Chevy. Since this is often a matter of subjective opinion, he must in the process both (a) evidence the individual points he's making and (b) establish a framework by which to establish objectivity superiority. If he fails to do that, you default to a CON ballot.
This means that PRO must prove:
Ford > Chevy
If, by the end of the debate, the following two options are still on the table --
Chevy = Ford
Chevy < Ford
-- or there's considerable uncertainty, you default to CON.
Now, read PRO's opening remark: he says Ford is "better quality."
This, my friends, is circular: he's presuming the resolution via merely restating it. He needs to explain *why* this is the case.
He thing brings up two features: there's no comparison, there's no elucidation of these features, there's no objective criterion. These points do literally nothing to advance his BOP.
wschrab forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by Rosalie 10 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: PRO ff.
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