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A government ought to cover the cost of college tuition fees for its citizens.

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BigAl95BigAl95
Sure, just challenge me whenever you get a chance. I actually submitted this to the NFL as a topic idea so I would really love to see how a debate like this would play out. So you can go ahead and post another one with the same sides and everything.
Posted 2013-11-26 12:12:54
adminadmin
Really sorry I missed the deadline! I thought it was 3 days and not 2 for some reason. If you'd like to I have my case ready so I could start another debate and post it immediately? Otherwise I'm really sorry about that.
Posted 2013-11-26 10:55:23
adminadmin
Thanks, good luck to you too! My style is usually very narrative and not based on a lot of facts. I'm used to the Australasian style which has a lot more emphasis on speaking style and less on content compared with many other styles. Not sure about this debate, I occasionally use stats or current events if I can think of any that are relevant. Given how busy my life is I doubt I'll be able to do any in-depth research though. In any event, I'm definitely looking forward to it!
Posted 2013-11-21 12:21:19
BigAl95BigAl95
Hey, good luck man. Quick question though, do you care about the use of statistics? The way I usually do debate is more of a logical debate with a few pieces of supporting evidence. If you want to use statistics that's fine, I can definitely do research, but I just don't want to be blind-sided or anything.
Posted 2013-11-21 12:12:32
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