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I can win this debate while forfeiting every single round

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ournamestoolong

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I can win this debate while forfeiting every round.

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mastajake

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RESOLVED: Women are inherently inferior to man

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Vi_Veri

Hey. The first 2 rounds will be for us to acquaint with each other, and the last 3 will be for actual debate. For now I pose no topicalities; you may offer some to me. And I hope we have a fun debate, so I don't mean everything I say =P...

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RESOLVED: Free Will Does Not Exist

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MoCop82

In order to truly evaluate this resolution, some topicalities must be cleared. Definitions: Free Will: The ability to consciously choose one's own actions free from any external forces Observations: 1. A choice is not necessarily a free one. If a choice is available at a specific instance of time, the fact there is a choice does not necessarily make the choice a free and unsullied one. 2. For something to exist, it must exist within the bounds of reality. By this, I mean that for...

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In a democratic society felons ought to retain the right to vote

Metz
funnybrad333

As stated by Former Supreme court justice the late Thurgood Marshall "It is doubtful...whether the state can demonstrate either a compelling or rational policy interest in denying former felons the right to vote. [Ex-offenders] have fully paid their debt to society. They are as much affected by the actions of government as any other citizen, and have as much of a right to participate in governmental decision-making. Furthermore, the denial of a right to vote to such persons is hindrance to the e...

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