Found something

iVillage Member
Registered: 04-01-2003
Found something
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Thu, 08-05-2004 - 5:20pm

some of us may be interested in looking over.

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Registered: 03-29-2003
Sat, 08-07-2004 - 4:42pm
Like I've mentioned before, I'm not politocal enough to "know" whatever has been said about his scoop on being Catholic. I have no idea about how who or what he's brought across the border regarding pregnant females or young girls. If they weren't minors, the issue wouldn't be brought up so much as to its specificity rate.

How's that for an answer?!

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Registered: 03-25-2003
Sun, 08-08-2004 - 11:07am
This website is interesting, not so much for what is in it- but for what is not in it. When I consider who to give my vote to in any political race, I like to know their stances on many issues, not just one. This site gives overwhelming attention to his views on the abortion issue, with a half-hearted attempt at labor and the war in Iraq. As a middle class individual with young children to educate and elderly parents to assist, I believe that a candidate's intentions as to how he/she intends to address the issues of public education, lack of jobs growth and outsourcing, the erosion of the middle class tax base, environmental concerns, privacy issues, the depletion of the Social Security safety net, and most importantly, health care, are among the most relevant in this election. I have lurked on this board long enough to be aware that such is probably not the case here, and that most will vehemently disagree with me. However, quite honestly, a candidate who assumes he/she has my vote because I am Catholic and he/she is against abortion is making a mistake.

Jenn, lurker- Jeanne, I remember you from Dec 02 Moms.

Jenn

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