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CNN's S.E. Cupp, Liberal Brazile Agree: 'Conservatives Have Got to Move On Gay Marriage'


<p>On the Christian holy day of Easter Sunday, CNN's S.E. Cupp called on social conservative Christians to drop their opposition to same-sex "marriage" and adoption on ABC's This Week: "I will say conservatives have got to move on gay marriage....[and] on gay adoption. If abortion is the abhorrent option – and I believe it is – then adoption by any two loving people has got to be the better option."<br /><br />Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, who appeared on a panel with Cupp, agreed with the atheist pundit, and took the opportunity to imply that conservatives were somehow against human rights and in favor of human trafficking: <br /><br />DONNA BRAZILE, DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST: They have to move on more than just gay marriage. They have to move on human rights, human trafficking, climate change – there's so many issues that I think animates young people. They want a church that's inclusive. They want a church like the Gospel itself – that preach about the least of these; that – that provide a way out of no way; that gives sinners an opportunity to repent, but to be redeemed. They want a church that is part of their lives – not that condemns them, but brings them closer to their God.</p>

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