those are just a few of the subject i touched upon.
i agree with obama on the stances of abortion and stem cell research because he supports
stem cell research and is pro-choice
- Protect a woman's right to choose. (May 2004)
- Supports Roe v. Wade. (Jul 1998)
"Voted YES on expanding research to more embryonic stem cell lines. (Apr 2007)"
Ron Paul, on the other hand, is pro-life
stem cell research:
"Voted NO on expanding research to more embryonic stem cell lines. (Jan 2007)"
- No federal funding of abortion, and pro-life. (Dec 2000)
- Rated 0% by NARAL, indicating a pro-life voting record. (Dec 2003)
Obama supports gay equality through civil unions
- Opposes gay marriage; supports civil union & gay equality. (Oct 2006)
Ron Paul does not support gay equality, as shown by his vote:
"Voted YES on banning gay adoptions in DC. (Jul 1999)"
Obama supports a universal health care system, which will be paid for through taxes and other government funding, which in turn will help pay for peoples' healthcare that wouldn't be able to afford care even without taxes.
Eleven, you yourself stated that RP's opposition to any income tax will let families keep all their income tax for things like healthcare. but some families won't be able to pay for it even then. How do they get healthcare then?
So, it's obvious that Paul's and Obama's positions, especially on those specific issues you brought up, are far from the "same stance" and in fact are complete opposites.
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