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Senate Debate, between candidates Barack Obama (D) and Alan Keyes (R), on Illinois Radio Network, Oct. 12, 2004, and Oct. 26, 2004

    Click on a participant to pop-up their full list of quotations
    from Obama-Keyes (number of quotes indicated):
  • Alan Keyes (15)
  • Barack Obama (13)
    OR click on an issue category below for a subset.
Civil Rights
   Alan Keyes: Marriage can't be understood apart from procreation.
   Barack Obama: Marriage not a human right; non-discrimination is.
Energy & Oil
   Alan Keyes: Need to develop proper alternative fuels.
   Barack Obama: Conserve, develop alternative fuels, increase efficiencies.
Foreign Policy
   Alan Keyes: Work with indigenous elements in Iran.
Health Care
   Alan Keyes: Give people generic drugs information to save their money.
   Alan Keyes: People should take care of their own health.
   Barack Obama: Allowing seniors to bulk purchase will save taxpayers' money.
   Barack Obama: Crises happen in our lives and healthcare is necessary.
Homeland Security
   Alan Keyes: Develop a plan that will get us away from our oil dependence.
   Barack Obama: We are currently inspecting 3% of all incoming cargo.
   Alan Keyes: Send a clear message to the entire terror network.
   Alan Keyes: Take preemptive action only if a probable threat exists.
   Alan Keyes: Transportation projects are top priorities in Illinois.
   Barack Obama: Invest on transportation and clean coal technology projects.
War & Peace
   Alan Keyes: Needed greater effort to bring in others to Iraq.
   Alan Keyes: War on Terror requires both intelligence and discretion.
   Barack Obama: Saddam did not own and was not providing WMD to terrorists.
   Barack Obama: Initial military was extraordinarily successful in Iraq.
   Alan Keyes: Troops should stay in Iraq until they get the job done.
   Alan Keyes: Preemptive strike in Iraq is a right decision.
   Alan Keyes: There is no distinction between Afghanistan and Iraq.
   Alan Keyes: Bush didn't have the wisdom of hindsight in the Iraqi War.
   Barack Obama: Terrorists are in Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Iran.
   Barack Obama: Invading Iraq was a bad strategic blunder.
   Barack Obama: We must make sure that Iraq is stable having gone in there.
   Barack Obama: Advance the training speed and get the reconstruction moving.
   Barack Obama: Democratizing Iraq will be more difficult than Afghanistan.

The above quotations are from Senate Debate, between candidates Barack Obama (D) and Alan Keyes (R), on Illinois Radio Network, Oct. 12, 2004, and Oct. 26, 2004.

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