Are we Obsessed With Celebrities? a perfect example of a secondary speech in debating

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Edward Vernon Rickenbacker, ladies and gentleman once said that the four cornerstones of character on which the structure of this nation was built are: Initiative, Imagination, Individuality and Independence.

Individuality is founded in feeling; the darker, blinder strata of character, We as humans do not however feel the need to obsess over celebrities. Celebrities simply represent a target of our goals. Which part of our individual imaginations has created? They are recognised for there achievements. We don't obsess, we simply acknowledge their achievements and desire to do the same thing.

Tonight the affirmative team have selected the following arguments.

Tonight our second speaker clearly stated that Being aware of celebrities sets us on the path of being socially responsible and are therefore living more externally stimulated lives and that celebrities enable us to recognise the opportunities that are available.

Previously our First Speaker Bob concentrated on the media and identified that the whole of society is not concerned about the way of life of celebrities and that It is the media who are attempting to sell a product to a potential consumer.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Paying attention to who are currently rated as our celebrities are tracking the ideals and aspirations they represent is a normal and healthy activity and not a dysfunctional one.

Tonight the afiirmative team have concentrated on

How the media uses celebrities as cheap and easy stories

The difference between role models and obsessions

How we are individual and do not need to obsess over celebrities

The tonight we implease the majority or entire population of society and that the majority or entire population of society are NOT obsessed

And finally that obsession with anything is a dysfunctional health problem that is minutely found in our society.

Tonight we HAVE proved our argument. Tonight's topic that...