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A Biography of John Kerry and how His Controversial Stances on Moral Issues Cost Him the Election
John Kerry is only the third Catholic to be nominated for the President of the United States of America in our nation's 215-year history. However, unlike his Predecessors, Al Smith and the first JFK, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Kerry's beliefs contradicted with those of his own Catholic Church. These anti-Catholic viewpoints on moral issues alienated him not only from the Church and Catholic voters, but also from an increasingly conservative America who deemed his stances on key issues far too liberal for their own liking. …
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