Kennedy and Kerry, what were the odds? Kennedy, fresh off the anniversary of causing the death of Mary Jo Kopechne has serious questions. Kerry, the "Catholic" is concerned about abortion, but not the way his church is. These two are beyond belief. It is their ideological positions that put them at the outer reaches of the political galaxy.
WASHINGTON Bay State senators Edward Kennedy and John Kerry say there's no free pass for Supreme Court nominee Judge John Roberts. Senator Kerry says there are "serious questions" about Roberts. Kerry says he's concerned about Roberts' willingness to uphold civil rights and privacy rights in Roe-versus-Wade.Kennedy didn't refer to abortion rights as Kerry did, but said Roberts has ideological positions that must be fully disclosed to the Senate.