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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Gay Pride celebrations to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City and the views of Elizabeth Edwards, presidential candidate John Edwards’s wife, on gay marriage noted. [EDWARDS – says she is completely comfortable with gay marriage.] The story of Tulsa, Oklahoma, bishop Carlton Pearson, who once chastised gays and now welcomes them to his church, presented; scenes shown of Pearson preaching and appearing on evangelical TV shows; photo shown of Pearson with President Bush; details given about what he lost when he changed his position. [PEARSON – outlines his views then and now; quotes Scripture.] [Oklahomans for Equality Toby JENKINS – praises Pearson.]
- Sanchez, Rick
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