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I know something about killing. I don't like killing. And I don't think a state honors life by turning around and sanctioning killing. Now, that's just a personal belief that I have.

JOHN KERRY, Wolf Blitzer Reports, CNN, Sep. 17, 1996

I think we can do ethically guided embryonic stem cell research. We have 100,000 to 200,000 embryos that are frozen in nitrogen today from fertility clinics. These weren't taken from abortion or something like that. They're from a fertility clinic, and they're either going to be destroyed or left frozen. And I believe if we have the option, which scientists tell us we do, of curing Parkinson's, curing diabetes, curing, you know, some kind of a ... you know, paraplegic or quadriplegic or, you know, a spinal cord injury -- anything -- that's the nature of the human spirit. I think it is respecting life to reach for that cure.

JOHN KERRY, presidential debate, Oct. 8, 2004

Vietnam: The war the soldiers tried to stop.

JOHN KERRY, statement at antiwar demonstration, The Evening Star, April 26, 1971


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