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Nanotech in the 2004 Campaign

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Howard LovyPerson was signed in when posted
08-12-2003
09:06 AM ET (US)
Hey, Nineteen,

You'll get no argument from me there. I'm not sure why Lieberman even calls himself a Democrat anymore. He's trying to pull a Clinton and move to the middle. The trouble is, he lacks the personality and charm of Clinton to pull it off.

Clinton, by the way, created the National Nanotechnology Initiative, and funding increased under Bush. So far, nanotech spending has enjoyed bipartisan support. Is that going to change now that environmental concerns have been raised? Is there going to be a battle over how nanotech spending will be allocated (defense vs. environmental research?). Anybody know where the Green Party and Ralph Nader stand on nano?
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SteelydanPerson was signed in when posted
08-11-2003
03:59 PM ET (US)
Before you get all excited, you might want to ask him about his position on stem cell research, or separation of church and state, or why Hollywood is destroying America as opposed to the hollowed out American economy...Go ahead. Ask.
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Howard LovyPerson was signed in when posted
08-11-2003
08:38 AM ET (US)
Is nano going to be an issue in 2004?

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