Online:13 Years Ago Name:Megan Private
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4 Debates

The United States should adopt a timetable for withdrawal from Iraq.


Tournament: Round 2, One-loss Bracket... When it comes to Iraq, I think many people would agree with me that we've had enough. The reason that we went in there turned out to be false, but yet we continue to fight... for what? The war in Iraq must end, which is why I stand if firm support of the topic of debate... The United States should adopt a timetable for withdrawal from Iraq. Observation: Within this debate, I do not have to prove that WHAT the time table should have, simply that t...

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5. War memorials do more harm than good.


First of all I'd like to say that examples of memorials eligible for DGR status would include structures such as statues, honour rolls, decorative gates, monuments, obelisks, ornamental bridges and fountains, that are a focus for public commemorations. I would like the Judge to notice that these are all objects that are meant to make someone have a certain reaction, usually respect and honor, but weather or not that person has a memorial dedicated to them doesn't take away the respect of hono...

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Death Penalty


I am in favor of the death penalty. I believe that it is a proper form of law, effective punishment, and an appropriate way to serve justice. While I am in favor of the death penalty, I believe that it should also only be brought down on the convicted person under certain circumstances; severe ones, at that. Such as murder. The death penalty brings up an interesting axiom in life: An eye for and eye, and a tooth for a tooth. In this particular case, I'll take an eye...and maybe a t...

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In a democracy: Civil disobedience is an appropriate weapon in the fight for justice.


When the government allows a law to pass that is wrong and against our morals and what we believe in are we suppose to just let this slide... or do something about it? We all aware that there were laws against women in the past, such as women not being allowed to vote. This law was unfair against women. Same with the laws that allowed slavery, and segregation. They were all against some one or certain group of people, and all together morally wrong. Civil Disobedience corrected these unjust laws...

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