Of course for anyone paying attention to HIV/AIDS issues in the 2008 Presidential Campaign, it should come as no suprise that Hillary and the other Democratic Presidential Candidates had more to offer on HIV/AIDS issues than their Republican counterparts.
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Where the Democrats Stand: The top Democratic candidates have all thought through their HIV/AIDS policy. John Edwards was first to release his plan to address HIV/AIDS, and was followed by Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton has announced plans to release a detailed HIV/AIDS plan. All three candidates have also pledged to support the 08 Stop AIDS call for $50 billion over five years to fight global AIDS. (Again, John Edwards was the first of the top three to do so.)
Where the Republicans Stand: While most of the Republican contenders released press-releases on World AIDS Day, none of them has put out a detailed plan to fight HIV/AIDS. Similarly, none of the Republican contenders have joined the call for $50 billion over five years to fight global AIDS.
Given these differences, it's pretty easy to see why both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have appeared in-person with Pastor Rick Warren at the Saddle Back Church, while the Republican candidates have not.