WASHINGTON - Teresa Heinz Kerry says she's pro-choice but believes abortion is "stopping the process of life," it was reported yesterday.
"I don't view abortion as just a nothing," said Heinz Kerry in an interview with Newsweek, in which she took a side in the long-festering debate over when life begins.
Heinz Kerry once said that she was "not 100% pro-choice," but told the magazine that now the issue is black and white for her.
"I ask myself if I had a 13-year-old daughter who got drunk one night and got pregnant, what would I do. Christ, I'd go nuts," Heinz Kerry said.
Asked if he shares his wife's views, Kerry told Newsweek, "I do not know the answer to that. We've never - she's never had to vote."...
Both husband and wife agree that she is more traditional in her values than the Massachusetts senator, owing to the fact that she's five years older.
"He's of the generation of the Beatles, and that's the line of demarcation," Heinz Kerry said.
April 26, 2004
Blame the Beatles?
Posted by TS at 10:44 PM