Is there any doubt about who's winning the culture war?
Kerry adviser Mike McCurry said it's important in the final days of the campaign that voters "get a better sense of John Kerry, the guy."None of these things are popular with the people who really want to vote for Kerry, and he wouldn't be bothering with all this posing if his actual positions and beliefs could get him elected.
That means the Democratic senator is spending some of the dwindling time before Election Day hunting, talking about his faith and watching his beloved Red Sox. ...
"The fact that Senator Kerry is a person of faith is something that might help voters who are undecided," McCurry said.
Kerry has been explaining it more in recent weeks as he campaigns in socially conservative areas like rural Ohio. At a town hall meeting Saturday in Xenia, he talked about taking his rosary into battle during the Vietnam War. "I will bring my faith with me to the White House and it will guide me," Kerry said.