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Zane Lawhorn on War & Peace

Republican Senate Challenger

Concerned about North Korea's nuclear weapons

Position Statement:I am concerned about North Korea's intentions for nuclear weapons.

Description of Position:What country do they consider a threat? The history of aggression has to be considered. The growing threat to the US indicates that our defense systems must continually improve as well as our offensive capabilities. With adequate defense capabilities it makes their intentions less important. Hopefully, with China's intervention. the situation will find a peaceful resolution.

Source: Campaign website,, "Issues" Feb 22, 2006

Committed to the protection and support of Israel

Position Statement: The United States is committed to the protection and support of Israel and I support this position.

Description of Position: Israel should work towards peace in the middle east. As should all countries in that region. Preferably, without intervention from the US.

Source: Campaign website,, "Issues" Feb 22, 2006

In Iraq: support our troops and finish the job

Position Statement: Whether you agree with the war in Iraq or not, is not what is important, we must support our troops and finish the job.

Description of Position: Weapons of mass destruction do exist. The continued war in Iraq proves that the invasion of Iraq was the right choice. A hard choice. But the right choice.

Source: Campaign website,, "Issues" Feb 22, 2006

We are fighting a war on two fronts, like in Vietnam

Position Statement: America's black eye given to herself.

Description of Position: The only thing worse than going to war, is going to war and not supporting your troops. America was at war on two fronts. At home against herself. At a foreign land against an enemy that didn't play by rules. Our troops were sent to fight a war and then ridiculed for fighting the war. It is easy to fight a war when your home is threatened and everybody is supporting you.

Source: Feb 22, 2006

Other candidates on War & Peace: Zane Lawhorn on other issues:
WV Gubernatorial:
Joe Manchin III
WV Senatorial:
John Raese
John Rockefeller
Robert Byrd

2004 Presidential:
Pres.George W. Bush
Sen.John Kerry
Ralph Nader

2008 possibilities:

Sen.Hillary Clinton
Sen.John Edwards
Sen.Russ Feingold
Rudy Giuliani
V.P.Al Gore
Sen.Barack Obama
Sen.John McCain

2006 Senate retirements:
Jon Corzine(D,NJ)
Mark Dayton(DFL,MN)
Bill Frist(R,TN)
Jim Jeffords(I,VT)
Paul Sarbanes(D,MD)
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(IN)Lugar v.Osborn
(MA)Kennedy v.Chase
(MD)Cardin v.Steele v.Zeese
(ME)Snowe v.Bright
(MI)Stabenow v.Bouchard
(MN)Kennedy v.Klobuchar
(MO)Talent v.McCaskill
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(ND)Conrad v.Grotberg
(NE)Nelson v.Ricketts
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(NM)Bingaman v.McCulloch
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(NY)Clinton v.Spencer
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(PA)Santorum v.Casey
(RI)Chafee vWhitehouse
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(TX)Hutchison v.Radnofsky
(UT)Hatch v.Ashdown
(VA)Allen v.Webb
(VT)Sanders v.Tarrant
(WA)Cantwell v.McGavick v.Guthrie
(WI)Kohl v.Vogeler v.Redick
(WV)Byrd v.Raese
(WY)Thomas v.Groutage
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