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2008 Nebraska Senate Debate between Mike Johanns & Scott Kleeb


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  • Steven Larrick (4)
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Republican Mike Johanns, Democrat Scott Kleeb and Green Party candidate Steve Larrick debate at State Fair Park.
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Budget & Economy
    Mike Johanns: Iím the only candidate whoís actually dealt with the budget.
    Scott Kleeb: Bush & Johanns created current failed policies.
    Mike Johanns: Growing the economy will balance the budget over time.
    Scott Kleeb: Return to pay-as-you-go spending.
Energy & Oil
    Steven Larrick: Only candidate to oppose drilling in ANWR.
    Mike Johanns: New corn genetics brings 40% yield increase & more ethanol.
    Mike Johanns: Opposes Warner-Lieberman Climate Security Act.
    Scott Kleeb: Always a supporter of ethanol; along with solar & wind.
    Scott Kleeb: Supports Warner-Lieberman Climate Security Act.
    Steven Larrick: We need a renewable energy policy.
    Steven Larrick: Green energy is the future of Nebraska.
Government Reform
    Scott Kleeb: Johanns wastefully spent $20M studying crawdads in Australia.
Health Care
    Mike Johanns: Didnít phase out adult mental health care services.
    Mike Johanns: Giving all taxpayers federal coverage would cost $480B.
    Scott Kleeb: Shouldnít phase out adult mental health care services.
    Scott Kleeb: Give all taxpayers access to federal coverage like Congress.
    Mike Johanns: Alternative community hospitals got 9000 more people treated.
    Scott Kleeb: Alternative community treatment not adequately funded.
Homeland Security
    Mike Johanns: Negotiating with rogue nations squanders American prestige.
    Scott Kleeb: We have forgotten how to use diplomacy.
Jobs
    Scott Kleeb: Johanns left Secretary of Agriculture job & let down farmers.
Principles & Values
    Mike Johanns: Focus on small towns.
    Scott Kleeb: Always keep Nebraskaís interest first.
Tax Reform
    Mike Johanns: No tax increase for research on celluosic ethanol.
    Scott Kleeb: Supports $1B in tax funds for research on celluosic ethanol.
War & Peace
    Steven Larrick: Invasion of Iraq was based on false premises.


The above quotations are from 2008 Nebraska Senate Debate between Mike Johanns & Scott Kleeb.

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