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Tuesday, June 15, 2004
A Truly Remarkable Thing to Say

By Steven Taylor @ 5:21 pm

“My entire person is affected by my belief structure, by the values given to me both through my parents and through religion. But I don’t make decisions in public life based on religious belief, nor do I think we should. I think there is a separation of church and state."-Senator John Kerry as quoted in USAT on June 11.

OK, so his religious beliefs have shaped his “entire person” except for “decisions in public life"? Pardon?

It’s like a Socialist politician saying that the collective works of Karl Marx have affected their entire belief structure, except when it comes to serving in office.

Ok, so what values do inform Mr. Kerry’s decisions in public life? Inquiring voters want to know.

(Maybe this is just so nuanced a position that I am missing the elusive point).

Filed under: 2004 Campaign
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  1. Ha, silly little bits of rhetoric don’t fool all of us now do they? ;p

    Comment by Todd Johnson — Tuesday, June 15, 2004 @ 6:47 pm

  2. I think Kerry bases public policy based on what happened to him in Vietnam.

    Comment by Mark — Tuesday, June 15, 2004 @ 7:59 pm

  3. Everything John Kerry says is amazing, in its own confused sort of way.
    For links to news, views, politics, and government, bookmark All Things Political.

    Comment by All Things Political — Tuesday, June 15, 2004 @ 8:06 pm

  4. I have written previously about John Kerry’s schizophrenia. Kerry states he believes as a Catholic, but doesn’t let that interfere with how he “thinks". When you are talking about things which cannot be proven, in a tangible sense, It’s like saying, “I believe I love my mother, but I have the ability to not think I love my mother” What nonsense. Each of us is a sum of our beliefs. Our values are never IN SPITE of our beliefs.

    Comment by Joel Gaines — Tuesday, June 15, 2004 @ 9:17 pm

  5. Last night, I went to a seminar that informed the audience about the difference of, ‘Natural Moral Law’ versus, civil law. When you are a politician you cannot have one set of moral law and then have another set of civil law. Your moral law should determine your sense for legislating moral law. John Kerry has a ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to winning over the peoples hearts and minds. It all depends on, who he is talking to that day. Mr. Flip Flop, I presume.

    Comment by Cathy — Wednesday, June 16, 2004 @ 7:25 am

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