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  • Unlimited campaign funding from super PACS

    Round 1: agreement Round 2: opening statements Round3: rebbutals Round 4: rebbutals/ summing up No sources necessary and both parties carry burden of proof Ok so PAC does stand for basically for presidential election right I thank my opponent for accepting this debate topic. This issue is unlimited funding of super PACS (Political Action committees) towards political campaigns. PAC stands for political action committee.

  • Receiving government money (even in salary) comes from behind the point of a gun

     Therefore, pay in any form involving dollars, either from your employer, from Uncle Sam, or from your cousin's sister's nephew's lemonade stand, involves government action and thus coercion under a libertarian view of morality. Therefore, pay in any form involving dollars, either from your employer, from Uncle Sam, or from your cousin's sister's nephew's lemonade stand, involves government action and thus coercion under a libertarian view of morality. Therefore, pay in any form involving dollars, either from your employer, from Uncle Sam, or from your cousin's sister's nephew's lemonade stand, involves government action and thus coercion under a libertarian view of morality.

Opinions

  • Should the U.S. have dropped the atomic bomb?

    If you stand by this action, you stand by the actions of pearl harbor. They have bomb pearl harbor and we could not stand back and let them ruin our property. After an action, There are always consequences and the consequences can be either bad or good.

Forums

  • How many anarchists

    One to change the lightbulb, three to announce that the Glorious Masses of the Proletariat stand behind their actions, three more to announce that the Dollar-Humping Running Dog Capitalist Slugs have been defeated, and the rest to form the People's Glorious Super-Happy Liberation Armed Front of Armies to oppose the new government.

  • Proposition 8 and DOMA Predictions

    We all thought their conservative supermajority (with Elena Kagan not participating) would completely obliterate the constitutional standing of Affirmative Action, they didn't - they simply almost unanimously sent it back the lower court and maintained the 2003 precedent. We all thought their conservative supermajority (with Elena Kagan not participating) would completely obliterate the constitutional standing of Affirmative Action, they didn't - they simply almost unanimously sent it back the lower court and maintained the 2003 precedent. We all thought their conservative supermajority (with Elena Kagan not participating) would completely obliterate the constitutional standing of Affirmative Action, they didn't - they simply almost unanimously sent it back the lower court and maintained the 2003 precedent.

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