thats obviously true, but however it will take a much more "policy" framework because you will be trying to convince your audience to do something. This will take the gamish stance that debate has taken and bring it back down to real world policy
granted, Ks can still be run. they just have to be worded differently. I mean in real life policy situations kritikal arguments are used all the time. When the president said "The ends do not justify just any means" when talking about stem cell research that was essentially a K, despite the fact that you did not hear link implication etc. He was arguing that the benefits did not matter, it was how we were going about doing it that outweighed.
Policy will take a more lay stance, which any decent polic debater should be able to handle
im not sure what the point of my post is so yeah