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1. European nations should be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because the refugees have bad living conditions, poor economic prospects, and they are in danger.

They are living their lives under a lot of stress and danger. Most of their countries are corrupt and they face persecution. Their lives are bad and many of them are in poverty.

According to bbc.com, two thirds of the refugees are living below the national poverty line. They barely make $40 a month. Do you think that this much of money is enough to support families? It is the right thing to do to accept these people.

2. European nations should be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because many of these people are being killed everyday because of the war, corruption, etc.

If these innocent people are being killed because of war, we should help them. It is not their fault that there is a war going on in their country. The European countries have the money to help them so they should.

According to the Washington Post, about 250,000 people have died in the Middle East. If Europe does not accept these countries, the number of deceased people will increase. This is bad for the countries.

3. European nations should be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because Islamic countries and the U. S .are not accepting them.

If nobody accepts these refugees where will they go? After all, Europe is the closest and best continent near them. If nobody accepts them, they will force their way in causing many problems.

According to nymag.com, the U.S. will not accept many refugees.Accoding to frontpagemag.com, Islamic countries won’t accept them because the conditions in those countries are bad, too.

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1. European nations should not be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because the conditions in the countries that are accepting refugees will deteriorate.

The economic conditions can deteriorate causing unemployment. The standard of living will decrease because these people won’t work and the population will have increased. Many problems will rise and the conditions of the country will get worse.

According to eurostat, the unemployment rate for Europe is 10%. If those countries keep on accepting millions of people, the unemployment rate will rise causing the economy to deteriorate. This can lead to major problems.

2. European nations should not be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because the population of the countries will increase so much, that the government will not be able to handle the situation.

As it is, European countries are not that big and if the population increases, the land area will decrease and it will be hard to provide homes for these people. Providing home s for everyone means using a lot of money Why would the government want their jobs to be harder?

According to bbc.com, about 8000 refugees arrive daily to European countries. The U.N. predicts this will continue for a while. This will make the job of the government’s even harder and the county’s situation will be hard.

3. European nations should not be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because most of the people already living in Europe don’t want many refugees coming into their countries.

If the citizens living in the European countries don’t want refugees, then why should they be accepted? If too many refugees are accepted, there could be protesting, riots, etc. from the original population.

According to cnn, Germany is already having protesting and the people do not want so many refugees in their country. Thousands of people are arriving everyday and many citizens in countries like Ireland, Czech Republic, and England are protesting against them.

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1. European nations should be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because the refugees have bad living conditions, poor economic prospects, and they are in danger.

They are living their lives under a lot of stress and danger. Most of their countries are corrupt and they face persecution. Their lives are bad and many of them are in poverty.

According to bbc.com, two thirds of the refugees are living below the national poverty line. They barely make $40 a month. Do you think that this much of money is enough to support families? It is the right thing to do to accept these people.

2. European nations should be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because many of these people are being killed everyday because of the war, corruption, etc.

If these innocent people are being killed because of war, we should help them. It is not their fault that there is a war going on in their country. The European countries have the money to help them so they should.

According to the Washington Post, about 250,000 people have died in the Middle East. If Europe does not accept these countries, the number of deceased people will increase. This is bad for the countries.

3. European nations should be required to accept refugees from Africa and the Middle East because Islamic countries and the U. S .are not accepting them.

If nobody accepts these refugees where will they go? After all, Europe is the closest and best continent near them. If nobody accepts them, they will force their way in causing many problems.

According to nymag.com, the U.S. will not accept many refugees.Accoding to frontpagemag.com, Islamic countries won’t accept them because the conditions in those countries are bad, too.

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The Federal Government has failed to rebuild the gulf coast after Hurricane Katrina because most of the population was displaced.

-Most of the people that use to live in the states that got affected by Hurricane Katrina are living in other states. Many people are still in poverty and they are homeless.

- According to datacenterresearch.org and ourfuture.org, over 1 million people were displaced during Hurricane Katrina and 250,000 still are. In 10 years, 250,000 people are still homeless and displaced because of Hurricane Katrina.

The Federal Government has failed to rebuild the gulf coast after Hurricane Katrina because President Bush and the people in his organization were not doing their job properly.

-He ignored some of the states and he didn’t supply some of them with enough resources. The people didn’t get homes and there wasn’t enough food and other supplies.

-According to wikipedia.org, New Orleans(the place that received the most damage) only received about one-fifth of the trailers that they requested. Most of the people were homeless.

The Federal Government has failed to rebuild the gulf coast after Hurricane Katrina because they didn’t use all of the money that foreign countries sent them.

If they had used the money, more people could be living in homes, out of poverty, and other buildings could have been built.

- According to wikipedia.org, the U.S. received $800 million from foreign countries. The U.S. used only $40 million and most of the money aid wen

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1. The Federal Government has not failed to rebuild the gulf coast because they sent a lot of workers to the cities to help strenghten the protection systems.

-The government set aside a lot of money and workers to build the levees and walls to prevent floods so that something like Hurricane Katrina could never happen again.

-According to cnbc.com, the Congress spent $14.6 billion to improve the levees and make them stronger. They hired people to improve the designs of the levees.

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1. The Federal Government has not failed to rebuild the gulf coast after Hurricane Katrina because a lot of money was used to rebuild the infrastructure, provide homes, etc.

-The Congress allocated a lot of money to the states that got affected by Hurricane Katrina. Most of the infrastructure that was destroyed has now been rebuilt. Most of the people are living in houses.

-According to csmonitor.com, the Congress allocated $142 billion to all the states got affected. The damage was worth $125 billion but they provided extra money.

2. The Federal Government has not failed to rebuild the gulf coast because they sent a lot of workers to the cities to help strenghten the protection systems.

-The government set aside a lot of money and workers to build the levees and walls to prevent floods so that something like Hurricane Katrina could never happen again.

-According to cnbc.com, the Congress spent $14.6 billion to improve the levees and make them stronger. They hired people to improve the designs of the levees.

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1.Cigarettes should be legal because they provide jobs for many people around the world.

-Many people work and get paid to grow tobacco and they own huge plots of land to do this. Millions of people work in factories that produce cigarettes. Because cigarettes are legal, people work and get paid, so they have enough money to support their families. Since they have jobs, the unemployment rate is also lower.

-According to ilo.org, 100 million people work in the tobacco industry and if cigarettes are made illegal, those people won’t have any livelihood.

2. Cigarettes should be legal because they provide the government a lot of tax revenue.

-The government gets this money and this will help them improve infrastructure, provide homeless people with houses, and help the country in other ways.

-According to daillycaller.com, about 15.5 billion dollars is made from cigarette sales tax.

3. Cigarettes should be legal because they help stores make money.

-Cigarettes cost a lot these days so convenience stores get a lot money so that they can stay open. People also get jobs if these stores are open.

-According to blog.turbotax.inuit.com, the average convenience store makes 430,000 dollars a year.

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Proposition:

1.Cigarettes should be made illegal because they cause your body to get weaker and overtime, you can die.

-There are over one hundred ingredients and chemicals in cigarettes and some are poisonous such as arsenic (lethal poison) and polonium 210 (radioactive element). Some diseases caused by cigarettes are cancer, periodontitis, and peptic ulcers.

-According to cancer.org, about five million people die from smoking every year and according to musebaby.hubpages.com, there are over one hundred chemicals in cigarettes and those various chemicals can cause a number of diseases.

2. Cigarettes should be made illegal because they harm our environment and

many ecosystems.

-When cigarettes are smoked the bad chemicals get released into the air. Cigarettes are not biodegradable so they will last for a long time causing pollution. Even when people litter the cigarette butt, it is still toxic.

-According to no-smoke.org, 1.69 billion pounds of cigarette butts end up as toxic waste causing many environmental issues.

3. They should be illegal because people cause other people to start smoking so the

number of smokers will increase.

-More and more people smoking will increase the number of problems that we have.

-According to cancer.org, 42 million people smoke.


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