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Giuliani blowin' in the wind

In an effort to win over religious conservatives, Rudolph Giuliani pleaded at the annual Values Voter Summit in Washington: "Isn't it better that I tell you what I really believe, instead of pretending to change all of my positions to fit the prevailing winds?"

The problem is, what does Giuliani really believe? He claims to be a Catholic, but on this ground he has already changed his position to fit the prevailing winds that favor anti-life legislation such as same-sex marriage and abortion. These views he will have to change yet again to keep his more recent promise not to be the "enemy" of the religious right if elected president.

Paul Kokoski

Hamilton

Ontario, Canada