Online:12 Years Ago Name:- Private -
Updated:12 Years Ago Gender:Male
Joined:12 Years Ago Birthday:- Private -
President:Not Saying Email:- Private -
Ideology:Not Saying Education:Some College
Party:Not Saying Ethnicity:Not Saying
Relationship:Not Saying Income:Not Saying
Interested:in Women Occupation:Not Saying
Looking:No Answer Religion:Not Saying
3 Debates

United States should use an Elector appointment System to solve the problem of low voter turn out.

Leonitus_Trujillo
DKguy0609

Often times for a Mayor position or a city council positions most people have no ideas that an election is even taking place much less vote. So a relatively few amount of people decide the leaders of a comparatively large population. This isn't the fault of the people they have their own lives to live, and unless there is a specific pressing issue that has gotten to the point where they are mad, they aren't really motivated to vote. Now I think that is bad, because it makes us rely on Cliff-Edge...

Voting Period
3 Comments
Updated 12 Years Ago

happiness is relative to standards and expectations

DKguy0609
DeletedUser

This debate opens up a question asking: Do we have the power to control our own happiness by curbing expectations or is happiness dependent on external forces? I believe that if a person from modern times were to be sent back in time to an age without much of the technology we have today, they would be very unhappy. This would be because their expectations are much higher than what the external world can give them. However, I also believe that is is possible to change one's mindset and hope for...

Voting Period
1 Comments
Updated 12 Years Ago

Pressing a button that kills a random person in the world for a million dollars is worth it

DKguy0609
cody30228

The number of people that a person knows personally is on average 1,000 people. This means that the chances of the person being someone you know is one in six and a half million. The average number of people that a person knows impersonally is around 4000, still a very small percentage of the world's population. In fact, the chances that killing a random person will affect your life in any way is one in a million. With millions of people dying a day, what does one more person matter. Think about...

Voting Period
4 Comments
Updated 12 Years Ago
DKguy0609
Debates:3
Lost:2
Tied:0
Won:1
Win Ratio:33.33%
Percentile:73.52%
Elo Ranking:1,908
Forum Posts:0
Votes Cast:2
Opinion Arguments:0
Opinion Questions:0
Poll Votes:2
Poll Topics:0
0 Friends
DKguy0609 does not have any Debate.org friends.
DKguy0609 has not added any photo albums.
Disagree: 0.00%
Agree: 0.00%
AbortionPro
Affirmative ActionCon
Animal RightsN/S
Barack ObamaN/S
Border FenceCon
CapitalismN/S
Civil UnionsPro
Death PenaltyCon
Drug LegalizationPro
Electoral CollegeN/S
Environmental ProtectionPro
Estate TaxPro
European UnionN/S
EuthanasiaN/S
Federal ReserveN/S
Flat TaxPro
Free TradeN/S
Gay MarriagePro
Global Warming ExistsPro
GlobalizationN/S
Gold StandardN/S
Gun RightsPro
HomeschoolingN/S
Internet CensorshipN/S
Iran-Iraq WarCon
Labor UnionPro
Legalized ProstitutionN/S
Medicaid & MedicarePro
Medical MarijuanaPro
Military InterventionN/S
Minimum WagePro
National Health CarePro
National Retail Sales TaxCon
Occupy MovementN/S
Progressive TaxCon
Racial ProfilingCon
RedistributionN/S
Smoking BanPro
Social ProgramsPro
Social SecurityPro
SocialismN/S
Stimulus SpendingN/S
Term LimitsPro
TortureN/S
United NationsPro
War in AfghanistanCon
War on TerrorPro
WelfarePro

By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use.