Naders positon on gay marriage
Almost everyone I know is a journalist. You have great anticipation. He said, quote, "the Democrats' positions on guns, God, and gays has alienated millions of suburban and rural voters. Relating to a candidate's values, a key to this election and to Raw Politics. Well, there has never been a question about pro life people, if they're genuinely pro life, that we do want to overturn Roe V. I know for fact that I will not be receiving state benefits, but my retirement investments? There's a state law that says specific things, and if you want to challenge those laws, then you can go to the court and you can either challenge it there and let this neutral party, someone that can interpret the law, if there's a dispute of it, make the decision.
Guests: Arnold Schwarzenegger, California Governor and Ralph Nader
Justin Raimondo: The Libertarian Case Against Gay Marriage
In support of the statue, the state of Virginia argued that, even though reference was made to race in determining who was entitled to marry, it punished equally both participants in the interracial marriage. All the economic information, the investments, everything will be disclosed in accordance with federal law. I mean, what do we know? And, you know, maybe people can be great contributors. But there are obviously many homosexuals who do in fact want to marry.
Ralph Nader on Civil Rights
I did not intend to make those cuts. I think there's an interesting quote by a lesbian leader in The New York Times a few days ago when she said, "It's not a matter of labels, it's a matter of equal rights. I don't think America belongs just to the Democrat and Republican parties. Some breaking news now. Any number of third-party candidates in Florida could have affected the equation the way you just described.
In New Hampshire, Bush won by 7,, you got 22, votes. I feel as if I spent the night standing up in front of weird wallpaper that kept changing trying to make sense of a lot numbers. President Bush declares victory, John Kerry concedes. I think that clearly we cannot keep running, imitating the Republicans or trying to play to what they define as the center, which is really the far right. Can the country come together, or does a Republican mandate mean we split apart even more?