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savera.lather1
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hamo94
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Why Should Tony Abott Remain Prime Minister

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hamo94
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 9/17/2014 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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savera.lather1

Pro

Tony Abott should remain P.M, because first of all he has helped 62% of charaties in Australia... and BTW (BY THE WAY) HE HAS HELPED ABOUT 625 AUSTRALIAN STRUGGLING CHILDREN!!!!!!

OMG.. YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW THIS BUT I DO WANT HIM TO BE SACKED IT IS JUST THAT I HAVE TO DO THIS DEBATE
hamo94

Con

I am going to assume that this debate is about 'that we should allow tony abbott to remain prime minister of Australia'

So firstly, I'll rebut your case

-He has helped 625 struggling Australian children
When we have a PM with so much power, surely it is in his power and in his jurisdiction to help more than just 625 children?
There are over 20 million people in Australia, in a hypothetical situation of 50000 struggling children (less than 1% of the population), he's helped less than 2% of this. Far too little given his circumstances.

-62% of charities
Where is your source for this? Even if he has helped 62% of charities, by what do you denote 'help'? Does a donation of $1 count as 'help'?

Moving onto my substantive

1) He has made a significant amount of decisions that are questionable
-Educational reforms, university deregulations
-Fighter Jets
-Newstart allowance

All of these reforms have been met with severe criticism, something that has not been echoed with previous prime ministers for an extended duration.

2) 'Jesus knew that there was a place for everything and it's not everyone's place to come to Australia'

-This very quote demonstrates the full extent of Tony Abbott's unfair prejudices to others. His justifications are founded on the weakest pillars of logic as he attempts to justify asylum seekers not being allowed to come to Australia because there will be economic implications. Abbott conveniently ignores the possible pain that is caused to these stakeholders.
Debate Round No. 1
savera.lather1

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hamo94

Con

I am going to assume this is a win via forfeiture?
Debate Round No. 2
savera.lather1

Pro

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hamo94

Con

Thank you.
Debate Round No. 3
savera.lather1

Pro

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hamo94

Con

Thank you.
Debate Round No. 4
savera.lather1

Pro

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hamo94

Con

Thank you
Debate Round No. 5
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Vote Placed by lannan13 3 years ago
lannan13
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