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Thursday File 9/26 - Debt Ceiling + CIR

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This week’s Thursday file includes an update to the debt ceiling disadvantage along with a small update to immigration reform. The debt ceiling DA has never been better – with the deadline getting closer, the GOP is feeling more pressured than ever to cave in to Obama’s demand for a “clean†deal. But, Obama needs PC to stave off GOP demand (a good angle to deal with most people’s thumpers/no pass args). The plan means Obama loses is leverage and has to give in to GOP hostage taking, causing further escalation of demands and the collapse of negotiations

 

Also included is a small update for CIR – the story is surprisingly decent for this DA. Despite other fiscal fights and syria, congress will have just enough time to address immigration before elections. The plan disrupts the key sequencing of the agenda since any new agenda items are not calculated within the current congressional calendar.

 

Also included is “no pass†and impact d for debt ceiling, “no pass†cards for immigration, and some thumpers to deal with anything else.

 

Thursday File – 9/26/13. 2

Neg. 5

Shell 6

2NC Overview.. 10

Uniqueness/Link. 11

Uniqueness Wall 2NC. 12

AT: U O/W Link. 16

AT: Syria Thumper. 18

AT: Syria Thumper – Will Pass – Won’t Cost Capital 21

AT: Syria Thumper – Strikes Increase Capital 22

AT: Syria Thumper – No Vote in Congress. 23

AT: Continuing Rez Thumper. 25

AT: Budget Thumper – Not Top of Docket. 26

AT: Short Term Spending Thumper- Will Pass – Won’t Cost Capital 27

AT: Keystone Thumper. 28

AT: Health Care Thumper. 31

AT: Budget Thumper – Not Top of Docket. 36

2NC – AT EPA Thumper. 37

AT: Guns Thumper. 38

AT: Obama Can Give-In. 40

PC Key. 41

2NC Yes Spillover. 44

2NC Docket Link. 45

AT: PC Low.. 47

AT: No Pol Cap – Gallup Poll 48

AT: Obama Won’t Spend Capital on Debt Ceiling. 49

Links – Econ Engagement Costs Capital 51

AT: Dickinson. 53

AT: Winners Win. 55

AT: GOP Link Turn. 56

Impact. 58

AT: 2011 Means Impact is N/U.. 59

Default Coming Soon. 61

Econ Uniqueness – Reverse Causal – Default. 62

Econ Uniqueness – Consumer Confidence High. 63

AT: Not Global Decline. 64

Default Bad – Econ. 65

Default Bad - Credit Rating. 68

Default Bad - Dollar. 70

Econ Decline = War. 71

Econ Leadership – 2NC. 73

Spending Cuts Bad – Hege 2NC. 74

Yes Spending Cuts. 75

Spending Cuts Bad – Military Cuts Internals. 77

Military Cuts Impact Ext. - Hegemony. 78

Military Cuts Impact – Economy Module 2NC. 80

Spending Cuts Bad - Agencies. 82

2NC- Food Crisis Impact. 85

AT: Unilat Action S. 86

Aff - General 88

Multi Thumper – 2AC. 89

EPA Thumper – 2AC. 90

EPA Thumper – 1AR. 91

Immigration Thumper 2AC. 92

PC Wrong – 2AC. 93

Winners Win – 2AC. 94

Winners Win – 1AR. 95

Aff – Debt Ceiling. 96

Won’t pass – 2AC. 97

Won’t Pass – 1AR - Obamacare. 98

Won’t Pass – 1AR – PC Fails. 100

Won’t Pass – 1AR – Keystone. 101

AT: PC Key. 102

Uniqueness Overwhelms. 103

MPX D.. 105

MPX D – Unilat S. 106

Immigration. 107

Immigration 1NC. 108

Will Pass 2NC. 110

Won’t Pass 2AC. 112

Won’t Pass 1AR. 113

Syria Strikes. 115

No Strikes. 116

AT: PC Key. 118

Obama Will Strikes Without Congress. 119

Strikes Good – Iran Prolif. 120

Strikes Good – Obama Cred. 121

Strikes Good – Moral Obligation. 122

Strikes Good – Impact Turn Wall 123

Strikes Good – AT: Retaliation (Russia). 125

Strikes Bad – Russia/China Relations. 126

Strikes Bad – Hege/Mid East Influence. 127

Strikes Bad – Asia Pivot. 128

Other. 129

China LA Influence High 1NC. 130

Ext – China Influence Up. 131

US-China Relations High. 133

 

Collin Roark iis an assistant coach at the University of North Texas and has coached multiple college teams to late out-rounds of many national tournaments including Wake Forest (Octos), UT-Dallas (Finals), UNT (Finals), UMKC (Octos), Wichita State (First place). He has also been coaching high school debate for over 3 years. His students have been in elimination rounds of dozens of national tournaments, including semi-finals of the TOC and NDCA. He has worked at numerous debate camps and judged elimination of national tournaments, including finals of the TOC. He debated four years at Deer Park High School and four years and the University of Texas at Dallas where his accomplishments included: three time qualifier to the NDT, first-round bid to the NDT, octo-finals of the NDT, 1st place at the UMKC tournament, octo-finals of GSU, octos at Harvard (twice), semis of Georgia, semis of Emporia, Kentucky Rd Robin invite, Pittsburgh Rd Robin Invite, 1st place at the Arizona Debate Institute Fellows Tournament and numerous speaker awards.

 

He debated four years at Deer Park High School and four years and the University of Texas at Dallas where his accomplishments included: three time qualifier to the NDT, first-round bid to the NDT, octo-finals of the NDT, 1st place at the UMKC tournament, octo-finals of GSU, octos at Harvard (twice), semis of Georgia, semis of Emporia, Kentucky Rd Robin invite, Pittsburgh Rd Robin Invite, 1st place at the Arizona Debate Institute Fellows Tournament and numerous speaker awards.




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