The Instigator
aboruch
Pro (for)
Tied
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The Contender
joshuaXlawyer
Con (against)
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Human rights

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/28/2011 Category: Politics
Updated: 6 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 866 times Debate No: 14977
Debate Rounds (3)
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aboruch

Pro

Homosexuals should be allowed to marry anywhere in the United States
joshuaXlawyer

Con

First i would like to say my opponent being pro i would like for her to post her case first as she has the burden of proof that gay rights is a human right...

Definitions:
Homosexuality:a sexual attraction to (or sexual relations with) persons of the same sex.
Human rights: Certain universal rights many argue should be enjoyed by all people because they are justified by a moral standard that stands above the laws of any individual nation
Debate Round No. 1
aboruch

Pro

Your point is?
joshuaXlawyer

Con

My point is you have the burden of proof and as the obligation as pro you need to make a case saying why it should be legal with facts and reasoning you know what debate usually is not 3 little words saying a smug question.
You must prove how gay rights are a human right.
Debate Round No. 2
aboruch

Pro

aboruch forfeited this round.
joshuaXlawyer

Con

I urge and apologize for my opponents conduct, and urge you to vote for con seeing how she has made not attempt at a case, made short posts that were not really arguments, and forfeited.
Thank you and again sorry.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by joshuaXlawyer 6 years ago
joshuaXlawyer
omg really come on why even try to post a debate your not actually going to debate.
Posted by debateroxs 6 years ago
debateroxs
does aboruch only post statements and not actually evidence?
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