ANSWER #1: "It's absolutely not a moral point being made here. I think it's a Big Brother thing. The federal government just doesn't like that we feel so strongly about this."
ANSWER #2: "I think that America is blessed right now to have many uncorrupted politicians. And I think that John Ashcroft is, by all indications, a very good man. I think legalized assisted suicide is basically wrong; it's a dangerous step that could lead to...well, eventually to something much worse. If someone is still alive, he is alive for a reason; and suffering can be a part of life, just as death is a part of life."
ANSWER #3: "I think it's ironic that liberals, who have not paid much attention to states' rights for the last 60 years, are coming to understand why it's not such a great thing to have the federal government decide what a state can or cannot allow. In that sense, they've really been hoisted on their own petard this time."
ANSWER #4: "I think that there are reasons why people should be able to make that choice for themselves. It's creepy when it becomes political like this. And this is political. The human factor is being taken out of it--out of the decision, and out of the whole question."
ANSWERS: #1-C, #2-B, #3-A, #4-D