"I know the conservatives who can't stand Hillary have their reasons and their minds will never be changed. But does this woman have to be demonized so much? Listen; let's not get caught up in all this biblical talk coming from all the candidates. A relationship with God is a personal one and it should be left there. From a public policy perspective she clearly sees an intersection of the way she views her faith as it relates to fighting AIDS and many other causes. The pro-life community sees faith and the abortion issue intersecting on the other side. It's a different perspective. But when those Evangelicals rose to their feet at Rick Warren's Church, it wasn't just a sign of respect for a woman who has made it this far. It was an appreciation for her commitment to fighting AIDS. Is there anything wrong with that?" - David Brody, Christian Broadcasting Network.

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