From John Kerry’s My Faith speech
My faith, and the faith I have seen in the lives of so many Americans, also teaches me that, "Whatever you do to the least of these, you do unto me." That means we have a moral obligation to one another, to the forgotten, and to those who live in the shadows. This is a moral obligation at the heart of all our great religious traditions. It is also the vision of America: "E Pluribus Unum." The ethical test of a good society is how it treats its most vulnerable members.
"Whatever you do to the least of these, you do unto me." So I guess then John Kerry is admitting that he is aborting Jesus and chopping Jesus up to get at his stem-cells.
Who among us is more vulnerable today than the 8 million Americans who are out of work? Who is more vulnerable than the 45 million Americans without health insurance? Who is more vulnerable than the parents who have to choose between food and medicine for their children?
I guess he can’t see the forest because of all the abortion clinics in the way. Chris Burgwald also posts on that statement with:
This is who, Senator: the 43 million people we have allowed to be killed since abortion was legalized in 1973. That’s 4000 people a day, today, Senator. Where are you for those vulnerable?
I know there are some Bishops who have suggested that as a public official I must cast votes or take public positions – on issues like a woman’s right to choose and stem cell research – that carry out the tenets of the Catholic Church. I love my Church; I respect the Bishops; but I respectfully disagree.
"Personally opposed" and yet speaks of a women’s right to choose. I would hate to see the rhetoric if he was personally for. Elaine of My Domestic Church says "I won’t mention that I think Kerry is an H******" Well for the record I don’t think John Kerry is a heretic. A heretic actually believes in the falsehood they profess. If the core constituents of the Democratic party were pro-life is there any doubt that John Kerry would also then be pro-life (in words)?