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Dean Barnett

I'm pro-life, but not religious

By Dean Barnett
May 21, 2007

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AT ONE POINT during John Kerry's 2004 presidential run, the candidate told the press that as a matter of his "Catholic belief" he thought life began at conception and thus "oppose(d) abortion personally." Being the modest sort, however, Kerry would not impose his spiritual beliefs on anyone else and placed himself squarely in the pro-choice camp. (Full article: 735 words)

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