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New method to discuss who should be the next US president



When a lot of people participate to a forum thread, things can get quite long and redundant. To discuss what I think is an important question (who should be the next president of the United States?), I'm suggesting a new strategy: Ideaome. As you will see, it's possible to type in your arguments and link them to an existing network of arguments. The major components of the debate are extracted and you can then zoom into them. Feel free to participate if you want. Moderators, please don't hesitate to erase this message if you consider it as a “spam” (and sorry if it is).
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