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Kerry Losing Points with Catholics

In an article published yesterday, Robert Novak illustrates how Kerry is losing points with Catholics on the abortion issue.

Here is an excerpt:

"John Kerry's promise in the last presidential debate that he would impose an abortion litmus test on Supreme Court selections deepened anxiety of pro-life Catholics. For Charles J. Chaput, Roman Catholic archbishop of Denver, and Brian P. Golden, a Democrat in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, election of a pro-choice Catholic spells disaster."

Definitely a good read.


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