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Posted: 10/14/2004 6:38:46 AM EST
John Kerry was asked two questions.

The first had to do with the Cardinals in NE declaring it a sin for Catholics to vote for John Kerry. John Kerry responded that he is a Catholic and has been a Catholic all his life. He cannot, however, transfer his religious views on another American in regards to abortion.

He then had a rebuttal to GWB's answer regarding the role that religion plays in his life. John Kerry stated that his religious faith guides him in all that he does and that is why he fights for the environment and battles poverty.

My question is: Why does his religious faith guide his envirnomental policy and his policy on poverty, but he leaves it at the door with regards to abortion?
Link Posted: 10/14/2004 6:40:19 AM EST
Do you really think he means anything that he says?


No, hell no.

he says what he wants to get elected.
Link Posted: 10/14/2004 6:43:04 AM EST

Originally Posted By mtechgunman:
Do you really think he means anything that he says?


No, hell no.

he says what he wants to get elected.



+1
Link Posted: 10/14/2004 6:52:59 AM EST
The only thing I find odd about sKerrys faith is now he has it. Isn't it the Democrats that say GWB is bad for using his religion to guide him thru his day to day, yet it is gaining him votes from the religous sect. and now sKerry is pulling the religion out too


as mtechgunman says, "he says what he wants to get elected"
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