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PFD_Debater
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4/11/2011 10:54:31 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Hello every-one, excuse me if I'm out of place doing this here (I'm not sure is this is the right section of the forums for this) But if you all would be so kind I'd love to have some input from any-one who wouldn't mind giving some.

This month's PFD topic for the National Forensics League, is "Resolved: The United States federal government should permit the use of financial incentives to encourage organ donation."

Because so many awesome people have accepted the debates I've posted, I've already been able to have a couple of debate on here about this topic. But I don't don't wan to just debate it to find out information on it, I would absolutely love to hear what some others think about this resolution, or maybe even how they would debate it.

Personally the route I take, is on the Pro I'll Advocate that affirming the resolution saves lives; whereas on the Con I argue that we neither have enough money to fund being able to vote Pro nor can we ethically give financial incentives for Organ donation since the ultimate word goes to the family of the deceased.

So essentially on Pro I cover life, and on Con I cover money.

Are there any other routes, or ground you guys can think of?
LaissezFaire
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4/11/2011 11:17:21 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
http://www.cato.org...
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4/12/2011 12:13:54 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/11/2011 11:17:21 PM, LaissezFaire wrote:
http://www.cato.org...

Awesome, thanks! But what do you think of this resolution? I was hoping more for some analysis; not necessarily a card. (although this is great for the Con side of the debate)