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To: LindyBill who wrote (4065)7/31/2003 8:38:56 AM
From: John Carragher  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 773301
 
I doubt the vatican can influence any liberal Catholic politicians. It is the same with birth control etc.. a matter of personal choice.. and what they believe will determine the votes.. Not many Catholics listening to Vatican these days..

Votes will fall with what they feel about gay marriage and most important what their district thinks... If liberal Catholic politician is in ca. etc., I doubt he gives a dam about vatican. g



To: LindyBill who wrote (4065)7/31/2003 8:41:28 AM
From: unclewest  Respond to of 773301
 
This will be a tough one for some Liberal Catholic Politicians.

Agree.

I can't wait to see Senator Ted Kennedy tell Massachusetts Catholics they can't vote for Barney Franks.