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Third Illinois 2004 Senate Debate: Barack Obama vs. Alan Keyes, Oct. 21, 2004


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Abortion
    Alan Keyes: Pro-choice stance is the slaveholderís position.
    Barack Obama: Moral accusations from pro-lifers are counterproductive.
Civil Rights
    Alan Keyes: Gay marriage invalid because gay couples cannot reproduce.
    Barack Obama: Gays should not face discrimination but should not marry.
Crime
    Alan Keyes: Enforcement should target criminals, not social conditions.
    Alan Keyes: No conflict between pro life and pro death penalty stances.
    Alan Keyes: Sentencing gang members to death sends strong social message.
    Barack Obama: Passed 150 laws to toughen penalties for violent crime.
    Barack Obama: Restrict police entry rules, to protect our civil liberties.
    Barack Obama: Death penalty should be enforced fairly and with caution.
    Barack Obama: Death penalty should not discriminate by gang membership.
Education
    Alan Keyes: Parents, not schools, should be responsible for sex ed.
    Barack Obama: Sex education needed to help children discuss molestation.
Government Reform
    Alan Keyes: Reinstate that state legislatures elect US Senators.
    Barack Obama: Electing US Senators empowers people: keep 17th Amendment.
Gun Control
    Alan Keyes: Gun control mentality means crooks have all the guns.
    Barack Obama: Bush erred in failing to renew assault weapons ban.
Principles & Values
    Alan Keyes: Great principles at stake: marriage & innocent life.
    Barack Obama: Seek common ground, not a moral crusade.
War & Peace
    Alan Keyes: Iraq War reduced probability of attack from Saddam to zero.
    Alan Keyes: Naive to think Saddam has no connections to Al Qaeda.
    Barack Obama: Iraq War has made US less safe from terrorism.
    Barack Obama: Saddam has no connections to Al Qaeda nor to 9/11.


The above quotations are from Third Illinois 2004 Senate Debate: Barack Obama vs. Alan Keyes, Oct. 21, 2004.

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