Texas Rainmaker
July 5th, 2004 8:15 am

Lack of conviction or totally clueless?

Either way, it doesn’t make for a good candidate for President. John Kerry is once again proving that he’ll either say anything to get elected, or that he’s the biggest moron on the planet.

Kerry broke new ground in an interview that ran in the Dubuque, Iowa, Telegraph Herald. A Catholic who supports abortion rights and has taken heat from some in the church hierarchy for his stance, Kerry told the paper, “I oppose abortion, personally. I don’t like abortion. I believe life does begin at conception.”

Spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter said that although Kerry has often said abortion should be “safe, legal and rare,” and that his religion shapes that view, she could not recall him ever publicly discussing when life begins.

“I can’t take my Catholic belief, my article of faith, and legislate it on a Protestant or a Jew or an atheist,” he continued in the interview. “We have separation of church and state in the United States of America.”

So let me get this straight. While he thinks life begins at conception, and therefore an unborn baby in the womb is a living human being, he also thinks it’s okay to allow that life to be taken if the mother has other things she deems more important (even non-medical reasons)? He thinks it’s ok to KILL a LIVE human being?

So given that some muslims believe in honor killings (killing a wiife for committing adultery or a sister for becoming pregnant out of wedlock), would he allow those kinds of murders…. in the name of ’separation of church and state’?

If it wasn’t so sad it would be funny.

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