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Should people have to complete 3 debates before they are allowed to vote?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 4/21/2015 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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In order to prevent the outcome of debates from becoming ridiculously "erratic" or unfounded, it is vital for the participants to participate in at least a few debates before they are allowed to pass judgement on possibly important issues.
I have no sources for this debate as this is one of my 3 debates I must finish before I am allowed to vote.

.....drops mic.


3 debates is far too easy to fake. That's why this website requires to to confirm your identity by phone or contacting the administrator (which is IP based) before conducting votes. This prevents people creating mass-accounts and having voting coalitions with other frauds and perhaps even being 'voting frauds for hire'.

Aside from the fact that a 3-debate-alone barrier is far too weak due to the ease with which one individual can create multiple accounts and fake it. THIS TIME LIMIT IS TOO SHO
Debate Round No. 1
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Posted by maxwell.lane 1 year ago
its a shame I cant vote on this
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Vote Placed by Lmoney 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con just made better arguments