Read an article from frontpagemag.com that Kerry applied for an annullment but, after opposition from his then wife, he backed down. So don't think he actually got the annullment.
Interesting how Kerry believes he has the intellectual capacity and objectivity to personally be pro-life but professionally uphold laws re abortion but people like Miguel Estrada, Pickering and other conservative judicial nominees don't possess these qualities. Gee, Kerry must really be something special......NOT!
To: 4integrity; Ciexyz
Does this mean the bishop would give him a pass on the adultery and subsequent shacking up with Teresa for two years before they were married?
As for Kerry's statement that he shares the church's view that abortion is wrong, but wouldn't dare impose his views as a legislator - what the heck is the point of having "views" on matters of life and death if they don't affect the way you act? Will this POS actually stand for anything?
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