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Luxray2854
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mdc32
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Should I be able to vote on this website

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mdc32
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 10/27/2014 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 411 times Debate No: 64038
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Luxray2854

Pro

My entire life, I've wanted to vote on this website. I've spent countless hours wanting to vote, working on honing my debate skills, and here we are. My third debate.
Let's start out by saying who I am. I am famous pop star Nick Jonas*
Does Nick Jonas deserve the right to vote? As Americans, we all do actually. The 15th ammendmant says that all Americans have the right to vote (http://www1.umn.edu... see 15th ammendmant). Also, I, Nick Jonas**, have won countless awards (https://en.wikipedia.org...). A person so succesful in their life should be able to vote for any arguements without question. Vote Pro for Nick Jonas

*- I'm not actually Nick Jonas
**- Still Not actually Nick Jonas.
mdc32

Con

As it stands when I am writing this round, you should not be allowed to vote. You have not met the requirements for DDO's voting system, and as this debate is not about the justification of the system, you have no right to vote.

You are not Nick Jonas, so the majority of your argument is invalid.

If you have wanted to vote on DDO your entire life, as was stated previously, you would have easily completed three (3) debates on DDO. This leads me to conclude that you have not spent your entire life wanting to vote. As it stands, Pro has lied twice, possibly giving me points for conduct.

Again, if you have spent countless hours wanting to vote, then why have you not started/completed three debates? The answer? The hours have not been countless.

BoP is on Pro as it stands, and as I have rebutted all arguments, I win. Pro's sources were as invalid as his/her argument, so this should be a decisive win for me. Vote Con!
Debate Round No. 1
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Posted by mdc32 2 years ago
mdc32
Haha ik you did. It's gonna be funny to see people's RFDs though, if they're serious or not.
Posted by Luxray2854 2 years ago
Luxray2854
dang son, I posted this as a joke and I still got wrecked. good job
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Vote Placed by ben671176 2 years ago
ben671176
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Reasons for voting decision: 9spaceking's argument.
Vote Placed by 9spaceking 2 years ago
9spaceking
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Reasons for voting decision: con proves pro isn't Nick Jonas, and that 3 debates are easy to complete and pro is lame in that he "spends countless hours" yet still cannot complete the easy 3 debate requirement. Therefore, with an un-refuted argument from con, con wins.