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Qualitative Argument Creator

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This prompt allows you to generate an argument or counter-argument on a specific topic, with a structure that can be used in a debate or discussion, and especially with the objective of persuasion.
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Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
481 ($0.00100 / call)
Example input
social security or any other societal issue / any subject can be input
Example output
Headline: The Risks of Social Security Thesis: Social Security, while well-intentioned, is a flawed program that poses significant risks to both individuals and society as a whole. Reason: While social security was established to provide a safety net for individuals in their retirement years, it has become an unsustainable and expensive program that threatens the long-term financial stability of the country. The program is currently underfunded and projected to run out of funds by 2033, putting the retirement security of millions of Americans in jeopardy. Additionally, the program discourages personal responsibility and savings, as many individuals rely solely on social security to provide for their retirement, rather than taking personal financial planning into their own hands. This not only puts the individuals at risk but also contributes to the overall economic instability of the country. Furthermore, the program unfairly redistributes wealth from younger, working Americans to older, retired Americans, creating an intergenerational wealth transfer that is neither fair nor sustainable. Examples: In the early 1900s, life expectancy was significantly lower than it is today, and retirement was not a common concept. Social Security was initially designed to support those who could not support themselves in their old age. Today, the program has become an entitlement that many Americans rely on, regardless of their personal financial situation. This has led to a situation where the program is underfunded and financially unstable, putting the entire economy at risk. Additionally, the program creates a moral hazard where individuals are incentivized not to save for their own retirement, which creates a further strain on the program and society as a whole. Conclusion: In conclusion, while social security may have been well-intentioned, it is a flawed program that poses significant risks to both individuals and society. The program is unsustainable, discourages personal responsibility, and unfairly redistributes wealth from younger to older Americans. It is imperative that policymakers take action to address the program's flaws to ensure the long-term financial stability of the country and protect the retirement security of future generations.
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