I will argue: The Housing Rental Contract is bad for the American Economy. I will debate that the rental contract hurts the American economy, because the renter recieves no equity for their housing investments. I will prove it hurts the economy and show how giving renters equity for each dollar they invest would help the economy. I'm open to the standard set of rules, but I demand the arguments be structrured with discipline or I will not waste my time arguing. If you don't have the energy or the discipline it takes to be formal with me, don't bother even trying to challenge me. I propose that written arguments must follow these rules: 1. Each person must make an argument that declares the writer's position on the argument at hand. 2. Each argument must have a set of clearly defined premises that illustrate the argument's line of reasoning. 3. Each premise must be supported with evidence that validates the argument's premise. 4. Each argument must end in a conclusion that can be deductivly drawn from the premises or end in an inductively strong conclusion that can be drawn from the premises.