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Democratic 2004 primary Debate in Greenville South Carolina, Jan. 29, 2004


Civil Rights
   Al Sharpton: Confederate flag must be down everywhere.
   Howard Dean: We have a right to protection of our liberties.
   John Edwards: Enormous strides for gays and lesbians without gay marriage.
   John Kerry: Support "mend it, don't end it" for affirmative action.
Corporations
   John Edwards: We can stop the job losses, by closing loopholes.
   John Kerry: Close the loopholes that reward corps taking jobs overseas.
Free Trade
   Dennis Kucinich: Americans' social consciousness overrides cheap goods.
   Howard Dean: We ought to change NAFTA-globalization only halfway done.
   Joseph Lieberman: NAFTA has caused some job loss, but net gain of 900,000 jobs.
Health Care
   Al Sharpton: Wealthy Americans should pay more for Medicare.
   Al Sharpton: Other plans are step in the right direction of single-payer.
   Dennis Kucinich: Not-for-profit system differs from Hillary's pro-HMO system.
   Howard Dean: Improved economy is best fix for Medicare.
   John Edwards: A new system to prevent malpractice insurance hikes.
   John Kerry: Research, prevention, and wellness can reduce Medicare costs.
   Joseph Lieberman: Centrist leadership can get more covered by health insurance.
   Wesley Clark: Stop giving a handout to the HMOs.
   Wesley Clark: Take the existing system and make it better.
Homeland Security
   Al Sharpton: Blame the terrorists, not the Islamic religion.
   Dennis Kucinich: Bush doctrine of preemption and unilateralism is wrong.
   John Edwards: Independent commission needed to look at intelligence flaws.
   John Kerry: Exaggeration by the Bush administration should be questioned.
   John Kerry: Bush administration is misleading America in a profound way.
   Joseph Lieberman: The president has the right to act alone.
   Wesley Clark: Threat of terrorism has been recognized since 1996.
Principles & Values
   Wesley Clark: Preserve the separation of church and state.
War & Peace
   Joseph Lieberman: Saddam's overthrow caused Libya & Iran to capitulate.


The above quotations are from Democratic 2004 primary Debate in Greenville South Carolina, Jan. 29, 2004.


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