Should student's be required to say the pledge of alligence?
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round 2 arguements
round 3 rebuttals
1. You have a right to Remain Silent
2. The 'under god' phrase may not suit some people you have a freedom of religion
My opponent said 'if you don't say the pledge your not a true American' You are an American no matter what if you were born in the United states you are American it doesn't matter if you say the pledge or not you have a right to choose.
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Vote Placed by daem0n 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con does not contradict Pro's statement that people have the right to remain silent. Con presents no actual reason why it is important to "care about the flag of America or America itself."
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