John Kerry's Human Design Chart

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          John Kerry's Biography

          American politician and attorney, this U.S. Senator formally declared his candidacy for President on September 2, 2003. As a Massachusetts Democrat, Kerry was elected to the Senate first in 1984 and again in three subsequent elections. His Senate record includes service on the Foreign Relations Committee, where he was an active investigator into the Iran-contra scandals of the mid 80s. He also served as chairman of the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics and International Operations. In 1991 he was appointed chairman of a Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs, investigating the fate that befell American soldiers missing or held captive in Vietnam. He has successfully sponsored Senate bills providing environmental protection and incentives for women entrepreneurs, and his name is associated with several bills on child care, education and criminal prosecution. He first came to public attention as a veteran activist when he appeared before Congress on April 22, 1971, asking his now-famous questions, “How do you ask a man to be the last man to die in Vietnam? How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?” Kerry’s testimony arose from first hand experience in combat and disillusionment with the war’s purpose. As a Lieutenant in the US Navy, he was wounded three times in Vietnam and is credited with saving at least one man’s life. For his actions and “calmness, professionalism and great personal courage under fire,” he was awarded three Purple Hearts, a Silver Star and a Bronze Star. Kerry is the oldest son, second of four children, whose father was an Air Force pilot turned diplomat. He attributes his drive to his parents who “set very high standards.” Dinner time conversation revolved around political discussions and foreign policy. His dad, an avid sailor, taught him to navigate by blindfolding him in the fog and making him figure out how to get home. He learned well the importance of depending upon himself. At age 10, Kerry was sent to a Swiss boarding school where he was one of only three English-speaking boys. In 1957, when his father was appointed chief political officer at the US Embassy in Norway, Kerry was transferred to a private school in Massachusetts. The following year, he was enrolled in St. Paul’s, another prestigious school, where he was one of the few students whose parents were Catholics and Democrats. He was a solid athlete and played bass in a band called the Electras, which released their only album in 1962. Interested in current events and public speaking, he founded the John Winant Society to debate major issues of the times, and he earned top prize for a speech made to the Concordian Literary Society. At Yale University, Kerry remained active in sports and retained his interest in politics and current events. In his senior year, he was inducted into the elite Skull and Bones Society. Delivering the class oration, he was critical of the war even while on his way to becoming a commissioned officer in Vietnam.

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