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MissSparkle
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Calvincambridge
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Southern Europe shoud stop with the Euro

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Started: 12/9/2011 Category: Economics
Updated: 5 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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MissSparkle

Con

As we started it together, I think we should not stop this. I think we should support eachother.
Calvincambridge

Pro

I will begin by defining southern europe. Italy and Greece. They will all be unified into one world power and we will have world war III.
Debate Round No. 1
MissSparkle

Con

This is why I think Italy and Greece should not leave the euro: to prevent a third world war. If We wil stay a big group the chance of getting in a war is smaller than if Europe would be seperated.
Calvincambridge

Pro

Now the European republic would probably be a new larger Nazi Germany we don't want that do we?
Debate Round No. 2
MissSparkle

Con

I don't think so. I think Europe would become some kind of America. What I mean is, you would not like to separate America right. you all pay with the dollar even dough it sometimes does not go that well.
Calvincambridge

Pro

Ok I would actually seperate the US. And they would all unify into a new nazi germany it's europe come on unification does not go good over there. England and Greece being the only exception.
Debate Round No. 3
MissSparkle

Con

You keep giving the same argument. I think this means you have not at all another argument. To make this more clear I would appreciate it if you could list all your arguments.

-we started it as a group so we should not break this group up.
-it would cost us even more money than it would if we would just leave it.
-Our relationship with this countries will become less friendly
-the value of the euro will go even lower.
Calvincambridge

Pro

Actually the US did not start as a single country but a confederation of states like the achean league and so forth.
Money isn't everything Greece must keep the euro for now until it comes out of its economic pressure from the rebillion. Italy however is a rich country who could go back to the euro but will probably be the last to because they founded the EU. There is no proof for this just because they change thier currency. The euro is a very stable currency nothing like the dollar.
Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by OberHerr 5 years ago
OberHerr
Wait, what?
Posted by 16kadams 5 years ago
16kadams
specify southern Europe, aka what country's, like Greece?
Posted by imabench 5 years ago
imabench
so what are you actually arguing for?
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Reasons for voting decision: This is full of lols. Tie to both parties for providing equal contributions to the lolfest.
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Reasons for voting decision: Whoa... Um... This isn't a debate. Tie..