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I'll further assume that by "time," you mean they are on the wrong side of history. However, I don't see an affirmative case for that position. Therefore, I'll wait until you make a case that I can actually argue against. Thanks!
Also, how is there supposed to be a strong middle class when republicans refuse to raise the minimum wage (remember those people, the ones you're defending)?
I see a link to a news article, but no particular argument addressing the substance of the article.
The middle class is not comprised of individuals who make minimal wage nor was the minimum wage designed to assure middle class status, it was created to prevent Americans from slipping into poverty. It is a form of a safety net, one that the GOP supports in its present form with moderate increases that do not disrupt small businesses from sustaining profitability.
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Vote Placed by Wylted 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: A lot of pro's points were dropped such as the argument of rights and privacy. Even as a Republican, calling republicans pro privacy seems a bit absurd, but the arguments were dropped none the less, and con didn't forward any arguments at all, he just stuck with a few bare assertions from round 1, and asked questions as opposed to proposing arguments. Both sides can improve by providing contentions and then providing some very good reasoning as why those contentions are true. Good luck to you guys in future debates, and I hope you keep trying to improve
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