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Started: 5/29/2014 Category: Games
Updated: 7 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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should Obama be the next president? he shouldn't he has made us deeper in debt! like millions more.


Since my opponent's argument makes no sense, and Obama has already served two terms - thus rendering it impossible for him to run again - I will instead attempt to impress you with my fabulous grammatical skills.

Arguments as to why I should receive any points given for spelling and grammar
  • My opponent failed to properly capitalize the first word in his sentence.
  • "he shouldn't he has made us deeper in debt" is an improper sentence. Rather, "He shouldn't be the next president, as he has increased our debt" would be appropriate.
  • "like millions more" is not a complete sentence, and thus it is improper.

Possible reasoning as to why I should receive any points given for sources
  • I will now provide sources to my claim that Barack Obama has already served two terms, and how this makes it impossible for him to run again.
Debate Round No. 1


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Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by Fight4Liberty 7 years ago
1. The 22nd Amendment prohibits 3 terms.

2. Incorrect grammar will deduct points.

3. Cite sources.
Posted by DebatingReindeer 7 years ago
LMAO the grammar! I'm dead! XDD
Posted by aburk903 7 years ago
1. Obama cannot be the next President. He has already served two terms.
2. Millions of dollars are virtually meaningless in a nation whose debt lies in the trillions.
3. Perhaps you should establish more criteria before proposing such an abstract political topic.
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