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Ideology:Moderate Education:High School
Party:Independent Ethnicity:White
Relationship:Single Income:Not Saying
Interested:No Answer Occupation:Student
Looking:No Answer Religion:Not Saying
About Me:It's just not that interesting.
Activities:Running every day (without exception), homework, YouTube Channel with my friends, homework, DDO, and editing videos.
Beliefs:That all morals are subjective, and that reality as we perceive it cannot be proven. But it's no fun thinking about things that way, so I do my best to arrive at conclusions through a utilitarian lens as often as possible. Politically, I would describe myself as an issue by issue person, though my conclusions on issues often place me on the left. However, not always, so I would have to describe myself as slightly left of center. I list myself as independent however because that is how I try to approach each new issue: independently and without political party bias.
Books:The Prince, The Bartimeus Trilogy, of Mice and Men, the Dark Knight Returns, Batman: Year One, Watchmen, and 1984.
Movies:The Grey, Nolan's Batman Films, Inception, The Machinist, The Departed, Watchmen, The Dark Knight Returns, Sherlock Holmes, Pulp Fiction, Edge of Tomorrow, Reservoir Dogs, and many others I can't think of right now.
Quotes:"Once more into the fray,
to fight the last good fight I'll ever know,
to live and die on this day,
to live, and die, on this day."
--The Grey

"There's no point following orders if it means leaving people to die Lugo."
--Captain Walker

Arthur: "Quick, give me a kiss."
Ariadne: "It didn't work, they're still looking."
Arthur: "Yeah. It was worth a shot."

"It's so overt, it's covert."
--Sherlock Holmes

"Ya see I'm not a monster... I'm just ahead of the curve."

"Never compromise. Even in the face of Armageddon."

"The only thing you and I have in common, Mr. Creedy, is we're both about to die."

"A strong man has no need for power."
--Tsar Nicholas II

"When the sea is calm, man thinks not of storms."
--Niccolo Machiavelli

"Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative."
--Oscar Wilde

"Most all men can endure adversity, if you want to test a man's character, give him power."
--Abraham Lincoln
Sports Teams:My Cross Country team.
TV Shows:The Walking Dead, Law and Order, How I Met Your Mother, House of Cards, and The Mentalist.

On balance, police are more responsible than protesters for recent civil unrest in the United States


Just trying to prep for the beginning of debate season. The structure of the debate will be: Round 1: Acceptance Round 2: Opening Arguments/ Case Round 3: Rebuttals Round 4: Closing Arguments I will be arguing the affirmative that police are more responsible than protestors for causing the civil unrest in America. I look forward to a good debate....

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The Federal Government Should Make Smoking Illegal


Title says it all, I think. First round is for acceptance....

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The US Ought to Substantially Restrict Voting Rights


Groundwork: By substantially restrict voting rights, I mean the following: Via Constitutional Amendment, the US should restrict the ability to vote so that only people who are significantly knowledgeable in the realm of politics be allowed to vote. This determination would be made by the creation of a nonpartisan political knowledge test -- created by an equally nonpartisan commission, the members of which would be approved by Congress. Ideally this test would restrict voting rights to...

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The US ought to put boots on the ground to combat ISIS


Resolution: The United States of America ought to put boots on the ground to combat ISIS. Definitions: boots on the ground deploy high levels of combat troops; a ground war with ISIS ISIS You know who ISIS is I will be proposing an alternate solution. BoP will be shared. If you have a question about the debate, please ask before accepting. If you accept and we run into a problem that could've easily been avoided with the asking of a simple question, voters ought to consider the de...

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Term limits are completely against what democracy stands for


Democracy for the purpose of this debate should be define as referring to representative democracy, where the public gives their power up for elected individuals to lead the nation, state, or something of a similar nature for them. Countries such as the United States and the UK currently follow the essence of this system in some way, with their own twists on it. The Argument: If you live in the US, you most likely know that each president is limited to two terms in the white house and no mor...

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Win Ratio:84.00%
Elo Ranking:4,520
Forum Posts:203
Votes Cast:104
Opinion Arguments:51
Opinion Questions:2
Poll Votes:502
Poll Topics:60
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Affirmative ActionUnd
Animal RightsPro
Barack ObamaUnd
Border FenceUnd
Civil UnionsPro
Death PenaltyCon
Drug LegalizationUnd
Electoral CollegeUnd
Environmental ProtectionPro
Estate TaxN/O
European UnionPro
Federal ReserveUnd
Flat TaxUnd
Free TradeCon
Gay MarriagePro
Global Warming ExistsPro
Gold StandardN/O
Gun RightsCon
Internet CensorshipCon
Iran-Iraq WarCon
Labor UnionUnd
Legalized ProstitutionUnd
Medicaid & MedicareUnd
Medical MarijuanaUnd
Military InterventionPro
Minimum WageUnd
National Health CarePro
National Retail Sales TaxCon
Occupy MovementN/O
Progressive TaxPro
Racial ProfilingUnd
Smoking BanUnd
Social ProgramsPro
Social SecurityUnd
Stimulus SpendingUnd
Term LimitsPro
United NationsPro
War in AfghanistanUnd
War on TerrorPro

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