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06/30/2010

Video: Clinton's religious/human rights views upset Chuck Colson (alt headline: 'Good work, Secty. Clinton!')

by Jeremy Hooper

Secretary of State (and Watergate staffer) Hillary Clinton supports religious freedom and most LGBT rights. It's just that prominent anti-LGBT activist (and Watergate figure) Chuck Colson's agenda only cares about bastardizing her views on one of those two matters:

Translation: Clinton refuses to say the one and only "religious freedom" talking point that folks like Colson support and seek: That anti-LGBT evangelicals views hold precedent in every conversation, congressional chamber, voting booth, and courtroom, even when they come at the expense of the myriad of other faith views (including no faith at all) that make up the rich fabric of this nation. And we say: Thank God for that!

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**EARLIER: Secty. Clinton's powerful LGBT speech

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