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DA AFF CLIMATE POLITICS ALLISON 18

DA AFF CLIMATE POLITICS ALLISON 18 - Whitman National...

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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 1 ALLISON & ANJALI Aff Climate Politics Aff Climate Politics Aff Climate Politics ............................................................................................................................................... 1 Aff Climate Politics ............................................................................................................................ 1 Position Explanation ............................................................................................................................................. 3 Position Explanation .......................................................................................................................... 3 No Pass – Republicans .......................................................................................................................................... 4 No Pass – Republicans ....................................................................................................................... 4 No Pass – Republicans ......................................................................................................................................... 5 No Pass – Republicans ...................................................................................................................... 5 No Pass – Not Enough PC ..................................................................................................................................... 6 No Pass – Not Enough PC ................................................................................................................. 6 No Pass – Not Enough Votes ................................................................................................................................. 7 No Pass – Not Enough Votes ............................................................................................................. 7 No Pass – Schedule ............................................................................................................................................... 8 No Pass – Schedule ............................................................................................................................. 8 No Pass – AT: Lame Duck .................................................................................................................................... 9 No Pass – AT: Lame Duck ................................................................................................................ 9 Plan Popular – General ........................................................................................................................................ 10 Plan Popular – General ................................................................................................................... 10 Plan Popular – Afghanistan ................................................................................................................................. 11 Plan Popular – Afghanistan ............................................................................................................ 11 Plan Popular – Iraq .............................................................................................................................................. 12 Plan Popular – Iraq ......................................................................................................................... 12 Plan Popular – South Korea ................................................................................................................................. 13 Plan Popular – South Korea ........................................................................................................... 13 Winners Win ....................................................................................................................................................... 14 Winners Win ..................................................................................................................................... 14 Climate Bill Bad – Too Weak .............................................................................................................................. 15 Climate Bill Bad – Too Weak ......................................................................................................... 15 Climate Bill Bad – Economy ............................................................................................................................... 16 Climate Bill Bad – Economy ........................................................................................................... 16 AT: Climate Bill Good – Economy ..................................................................................................................... 17 AT: Climate Bill Good – Economy ................................................................................................ 17 AT: Climate Bill Good – Economy ..................................................................................................................... 19 AT: Climate Bill Good – Economy ................................................................................................ 19
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 2 ALLISON & ANJALI Aff Climate Politics AT: Climate Bill Good – Warming ...................................................................................................................... 20 AT: Climate Bill Good – Warming ............................................................................................... 20
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 3 ALLISON & ANJALI Aff Climate Politics Position Explanation This is the file of aff answers to the agenda politics disad. By far the most thorough section of this file is the uniqueness debate, so that should be a part of every 2ac strategy. There are not a lot of link cards, but the link turns for Afghanistan and Iraq are very good, so that would be a wise strategy for them. The impact section is mostly defense although there are some ok impact turns. Overall, the best strategy is probably to link turn with some internal link and impact defense.
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 4 ALLISON & ANJALI Aff Climate Politics No Pass – Republicans Obama cant get republicans on board Andrew Sullivan , staff writer, 6-16 -2010, “The Speech,” The Atlantic, http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2010/06/the-speech.html So far: two steps backward for every one forward. But it's worth remembering that almost every step backward on innovating post-carbon energy comes from the GOP . Obama and the Dems would have passed a serious climate bill by now if it weren't for total Republican obstructionism (with the fitful exception of Butters). Obama is not the real obstacle here: the American people are, however manipulated by short-term political maneuvering by Republicans. And he does not have the political capital at this point in time to twist their arms. He has already pushed so many as far as they can go - on the issues of the economy and health insurance. Wont pass – no republican votes Brian Beary , staff writer, 7-7 -2010, “Impact of BP Oil Spill on US Climate Bill’s Chances Unclear,” Europolitics, http://www.europolitics.info/sectorial-policies/impact-of-bp-oil-spill-on-us-climate-bill-s-chances-unclear- art277276-15.html T he prospects of the United States enacting comprehensive climate legislation
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