Online:14 Years Ago Name:- Private -
Updated:14 Years Ago Gender:Male
Joined:14 Years Ago Birthday:- Private -
President:Not Saying Email:- Private -
Ideology:Libertarian Education:Bachelors Degree
Party:Republican Party Ethnicity:White
Relationship:Not Saying Income:Not Saying
Interested:in Women Occupation:Not Saying
Looking:No Answer Religion:Not Saying
About Me:I have degrees in Economics and Mathematics. My studies were focused on the economic history of the United States and Soviet Union. In high school I did four years of Lincoln-Douglas and Parliamentary debate.
Activities:Baseball, Billiards, Football, Golf, Hiking, Hockey
Quotes:"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much..." T. Roosevelt
3 Debates

Legalization of Marijuana


Lets compare alcohol(A LEGAL "DRUG") and weed. 1.It IS possible to die from an overdose of alcohol however you cannot die from an overdose of THC(the active ingredient in marijuana). ITS IMPOSSIBLE 2.Alcohol is a VERY addictive substance, WEED IS NOT PHYSICLEY ADDICTING WHAT SO EVER, some people say that its "mentally addicting" but we all know thats bs. 3. For those of us who drink and smoke you know that alcohol is far more intoxicating than weed, by this i mean that a drunk person ca...

Voting Period
Updated 13 Years Ago

Resolved:In a democracy, civil disobedience is an appropriate weapon in the fight for justice.


basically i want to see what people will say to this. it is the National Forensics League's January topic for Public forum Debate. I chose Con. I negate this resolution because: 1. Civil Disobedience (CD) is not within the parameters of a democracy, as the people's voice is already heard. 2. CD can cause threat to personal security due to the breach of the social contract. 1. in a true democracy, all people's views and voice would already be heard. A democracy, by definition, represents...

Voting Period
Updated 14 Years Ago

It is not Constitutional to use quotas in choosing who to hire


This simply is not constitutional for this main reasons. First, in the Constitution it states that "everyone has the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happyness." This means whe cannot simply say "because your white and male and not a minority, you can't have this job." Picture this you have a family to support and its all riding on the job interview that you had yesterday. You get a leter back from the employer you applied to and they tell you they can't hire you because they already h...

Voting Period
Updated 14 Years Ago
Win Ratio:0.00%
Elo Ranking:1,869
Forum Posts:0
Votes Cast:5
Opinion Arguments:0
Opinion Questions:0
Poll Votes:5
Poll Topics:0
0 Friends
andrewsnell does not have any friends.
andrewsnell has not added any photo albums.
Disagree: 0.00%
Agree: 0.00%
Affirmative ActionCon
Animal RightsN/S
Barack ObamaN/S
Border FenceN/S
Civil UnionsPro
Death PenaltyCon
Drug LegalizationPro
Electoral CollegeN/S
Environmental ProtectionCon
Estate TaxCon
European UnionN/S
Federal ReserveN/S
Flat TaxPro
Free TradeN/S
Gay MarriagePro
Global Warming ExistsCon
Gold StandardN/S
Gun RightsPro
Internet CensorshipN/S
Iran-Iraq WarCon
Labor UnionCon
Legalized ProstitutionN/S
Medicaid & MedicareCon
Medical MarijuanaPro
Military InterventionN/S
Minimum WageCon
National Health CareCon
National Retail Sales TaxPro
Occupy MovementN/S
Progressive TaxCon
Racial ProfilingPro
Smoking BanPro
Social ProgramsCon
Social SecurityCon
Stimulus SpendingN/S
Term LimitsPro
United NationsPro
War in AfghanistanPro
War on TerrorPro

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