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Debate Score:13
Arguments:15
Total Votes:13
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Side Score: 9
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I wonder who left behind the nation for Obama to deal with and who left behind the nation for Trump to deal with that they had that ratio?

Side: True
1 point

Obama had high intelligence, common sense, AND a knowledge of the Constitution. Trump is still at zero.

Side: True
outlaw60(15367) Disputed
1 point

AL said what - Obama had high intelligence, common sense, AND a knowledge of the Constitution.

You believe that SHIT you get from CNN ???????

Side: Yes, but
Sherlock-(92) Disputed
1 point

You believe that SHIT you get from CNN ???????

Fox and CNN are two sides of the same coin my dear red neck friend. They are both corrupt.

Side: True
outlaw60(15367) Disputed
1 point

Who is AL's next DICKTORIAL candidate for POTUS ????????????

Side: Yes, but
outlaw60(15367) Disputed
1 point

Obie had some common sense ??????? Well prove what you type there IDIOT !!!!!!

Side: Yes, but
Sherlock-(92) Disputed
1 point

Obama had high intelligence, common sense, AND a knowledge of the Constitution. Trump is still at zero.

I think Trump is actually smarter than Obama but both of them are evil. Trump managed to trick the libertarians into thinking he was anti-establishment and then proceeded to maintain the status quo while still convincing the right wing masses that he can't be bought or corrupted.

Side: Yes, but
outlaw60(15367) Disputed
1 point

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/list-31-national-emergencies-effect-years/story?id=60294693

What is wrong with you IDIOTS is you are MISINFORMED !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Side: Yes, but
outlaw60(15367) Disputed
1 point

You AL you are as FUCKIN STUPID as they come !!!!!!!!!!

The National Emergencies Act (NEA) (Pub.L. 94–412, 90 Stat. 1255, enacted September 14, 1976, codified at 50 U.S.C. § 1601–1651) is a United States federal law passed to end all previous national states of emergency and to formalize the emergencies powers of the President.

The National Emergencies Act (NEA) (Pub.L. 94–412, 90 Stat. 1255, enacted September 14, 1976, codified at 50 U.S.C. § 1601–1651) is a United States federal law passed to end all previous national states of emergency and to formalize the emergencies powers of the President.

The Act empowers the President to activate special powers during a crisis but imposes certain procedural formalities when invoking such powers. The perceived need for the law arose from the scope and number of laws granting special powers to the executive in times of national emergency. Congress can undo a state of emergency declaration with either a joint resolution and the President's signature, or with a veto-proof (two-thirds) majority vote.[1] Powers available under this Act are limited to the 136 emergency powers Congress has defined by law.[2]

The legislation was signed by President Gerald Ford on September 14, 1976.[3] As of February 2019, 59 national emergencies have been declared, and the United States is under 31 continuing declared states of national emergency.[1][4]

The International Emergency Economic Powers Act, enacted in 1977, falls under the National Emergencies Act, which means that an emergency declared under that Act must be renewed annually to remain in effect.

DUMMY you must know nothing about legislation because your BRAIN DEAD ASS cannot address it. AL all you got is SPIN just as the RADICAL LEFT has !!!!!!!!!!!

Side: Yes, but

whats you point?

Side: Yes, but
BigOats(1413) Clarified
1 point

11 > 0 .

Side: True
Jacobcoolguy(2428) Clarified
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Is that good or...?

Side: True
1 point

All I take from that is that Obama cared about his people enough to be prompt and decisive in an emergency.

Side: Yes, but