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May 27, 2009

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jamesnimmo

Because there is little of her opinions concerning the hot button issues such as abortion rights, gay equality, and the death penalty there is really just as little for the liberals to support her as there is for the conservatives to block her. The coin flips both ways.

Andrew Turek

I just hope Dan Brown isn't reading this thread . . .

JBecker

"Who is said to attend church for family events..."

What does that mean? She'll attend the occasional funeral or baptism? If so, this article is really much ado about nothing, because under those circumstances it's a stretch to say she's an adherent of any organized faith, let alone Catholicism.

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