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Debate Score:5
Arguments:5
Total Votes:5
Ended:11/30/09
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Should the government be able to secretly monitor suspicious individuals? (7th)

Yes

Side Score: 2
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No

Side Score: 3
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1 point

UM IDK CAUSE IM NOT SUSPICIOSUS LOL BUT IT SOUNDS GOOD TO ME....OVER & OUT

Side: yes
1 point

WELLLL.... it just depends. i mean sure if you have a probable cause then yeah keep an eye on them just to make sure but if the government doesnt have a good reason then no cause they would be wasting time and money. But yes to keep everyone safe. HA :)

Side: yes
1 point

i dont think they should. but they do it anyways. in fact the government is probably reading this response this very minute. NOBODY IS SAFE!

Side: No
1 point

I don't think the government should be able to secretly monitor suspicious individuals because a person could just be suspicious. Like maybe that's just their persona, maybe that's how they are everyday all day. I think it would be an invasion of privacy and I think it shouldn't be allowed. It should only be done if the government has plausible cause to think they were up to no good.

Side: No
1 point

no cause its invasion of privacy also cause and i dont know its just a invasion of peolpes privacy.

Side: No