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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Religion and public life: John "Flipper" Kerry has made the case that, though he is a Catholic, those core beliefs have no impact on his votes as a legislator -- at least as they relate to abortion and the intentional murder (re: The Unborn Victims of Violence Act) of unborn children.

Unlike the previous president who shared his initials, the American public isn't worried about the Pope pulling Kerry's strings -- he's demonstrated over the years that he is a very nominal Catholic.

For a detailed analysis of Kerry's latest statement regarding his faith and his public life, check out this analysis by VMI professor Scott Belliveau.

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