Sunday, July 04, 2004

Kerry Says He Believes Life Starts at Conception

Kerry says he believes life starts at conception. That must be the point that Kerry would allow a woman, but only the woman, to "choose" to kill that life.

Hmmm. Interesting. He wouldn't choose it for himself personally, but its ok if others do. In other words, the man who served in Vietnam wouldn't kill his kids, but its ok if someone else kills theirs.

Kerry goes on..."I can't take my Catholic belief, my article of faith, and legislate it on a Protestant or a Jew or an atheist,....We have separation of church and state in the United States of America."

Notice the nod to atheists.

Anyway, what is he saying? Is Kerry saying that religious people should be in public office? Or is he saying that an elected official must lock his religious views in a deep dark dungeon before making policy so that it has no influence? Or is he saying JOHN KERRY won't let his personal religious views get in the way of actions as an elected official? If he is saying the first, he's nuts and sound like a PFAW clown. If it is either of the latter two, then what he is acknowledging is that he knows that abortion is wrong and immoral, yet supports an unequivocal right to do it. If the man won't even live his convictions, then how are we to trust him once elected. This man will pay no mind to his faith, then why should he pay any mind to say...the constitution, the law, the people. His unwavering support for abortion rights and its supporters come first to this man.

Then again, he's probably just lying to please some other constituency. IE, he's full of shit.