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Michele Bachmann is terrible

silvertechfilms
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Michele Bachmann wants to make September 11th a day of fasting and pray. Really? Are you kidding me?...

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No one is ugly

hilton16
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Resolution: No one is uglyDefinition:ugly: Unpleasant or repulsive, in appearance: 1. The first round is for acceptance and appreciation. (only) 2. A forfeit or concession is not allowed.3. No semantics, trolling, or lawyering.4. All arguments must be visible inside this debate. 5. Debate resolution, definitions, rules, and structure cannot be changed without asking in the comments before you post your round 1 argument. Debate resolution, definitions, rules, and structure can...

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Shared BoP Is Elitist

Daktoria
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This debate is about the characteristic of burden of proof in public policy debates. To demonstrate, Con and Pro will pretend to be two people actually participating in a social program. Con will be a "strong" person. Pro will be a "weak" person. Before participation, Pro was skeptical of the social program necessarily being safe and respectful. Pro did not have evidence in advance of experience which proved the social program's unreliability, so was forced to "go with the program"....

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Occam's Razor Exploits Goodwill

Daktoria
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This is a simple argument that explains the problem with tolerating Occam's Razor in debate. For those unfamiliar, Occam's Razor is the idea that among plausible explanations, the simplest one should be chosen: http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/General/occam.html http://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/scientific-experiments/occams-razor.htm http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/OCCAMRAZ.html The problem with Occam's Razor is it allows people to claim possibilities as sufficient reason for wh...

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Cheerleading a sport?

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Cheerleading is not a sport. There is High School Cheer and Competitive Cheer. They require very little athletic ability. You may state that you need to be strong to lift someone, but technically you don't. Not all cheerleaders lift other people. You do have to be flexible to do lets say a back handspring and etc. but anyone can do one with practice. The activity is too underdeveloped and disorganized. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/07/21/federal-court-rules-cheerleading-sport/#ix...

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