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Novice_II
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Disclaimer : Regardless of the setup for voting win or lose, The aim of this interaction, Is for those that view it, Learn and or take away anything that will amount to any constructive value ultimately. So that counts as anything that'll cause one to reconsider an idea, Understand a subject better, Help build a greater wealth of knowledge getting closer to truth. When either of us has accomplished that with any individual here, That's who the victor of the debate becomes.

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Round 1
Pro
#1
Our topic today 
Con
#2
  • Topic: "THBT Christianity should be made illegal in the United States."

Round 2
Pro
#3
Any law not passed, rape, abortion, slavery, murder should be illegal because something did not happen called the "passing of that law".

Following that which is the cause or purpose connects the two when discussing what should and shouldn't be.

I shouldn't be staying up late at night being that I have to get up early in the morning. Why? It would prevent my early wakefulness and I'm trying to have an early rise, duh. No contradicting and no non sequiturs.

For example, my inhaling these fatal toxic fumes , I should be dead. The effect following the cause logical follows and necessitates.

Something should not be legal in the United States based on the law system of the United States. A different system, we're talking about something different. The United States has a government called the United States government or affectionately "Uncle Sam", ok.

This government has democracy to vote in elected officials to orchestrate the legality process. This government has democracy which in turn via those elected parties or directly through petition, vote in on laws.

There's a whole legislature, congress to pass or veto laws.

Whatever laws that are passed by the United States government should in fact be legal.

That's just simply what it would mean.

Something should be illegal and that thing is legally passed are in opposition. It doesn't compute.

The laws put in effect via congressional, legislative, political arenas, that process ,the cause should be legally in effect as that what it means to put them in effect.

A vote, a pass on a law should be legalized because it would of meant the government has passed it. For instance, consuming alcohol and recently, marijuana use.

Any law not passed concerning an act obviously  should be illegal because something did not happen called the "passing of that law" for that act.








Con
#4
  • First of all, pro argued against his own side, so I don't know what to say. 
  • Second, we are not debating whether passing laws should be legal, we are debating whether Christianity should be made illegal. You can pass a law that legally makes something illegal, that should not have been made illegal. We are debating the normative ethics in which you should argue that we ought to make Christianity illegal. No argument has been given for this, so the resolution defaults to con. 
  • My argument is that the United States should not make Christianity illegal because the first amendment guarantees the freedom on religion and speech/expression.