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Framework for a PIC

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You don't truly need framework for a PIC. You need policy first or resolved style framework if its a K aff or someone doesnt fiat although the PIC of the res a lot times has a K to it with the CP (pov reps from last year) so depends on Net Benefit of the CP. What you need for PICs is theory, people will run theory saying PICs bad, for a multiple of reasons. As long as you have a good response especially on the line by line to it nothing is needed in the theory and framework responses.

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Theses three to four issues seem important:

1) topical counterplans being legit

2) the type of advocacy you are speaking of (stable advocacies vs dynamic ones) are likewise important.

3) they can still run focus on a) language bad & B) focus on theory bad.

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All of those arguments go onto a theory flow and wont be evaluated as framework. You can balance them out with some theory like multiple perms bad and an ASPEC shell, if its an actor CP, or PSPEC with a presence CP.

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One of the theory arguments you really want to point out, and this works on lay too, is on the PIC flow that the word PICs don't let the aff weigh the plan against the CP. If they PIC out of should, it's impossible to find a counter interpretation of better solvency card for should other than the shitty K one they read, which means that all you have is defense. Kills fairness.

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