Republicans can live with differences on marriage, commentator says

03/1/2013 |

Conservative commentator S.E. Cupp this week said she would not attend the Conservative Political Action Conference unless the organization welcomes the full participation of conservative LGBT organizations. Cupp sat down with The Blaze to answer questions about how the Republican party should handle the issue, explaining that there is no single conservative take on marriage equality. It's both "bad manners" and "bad calculus" to exclude those whose conservative views include freedoms for LGBT people, such as the freedom to marry.

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