- Posted May 9, 2012 by
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Same-sex marriage: Civil right vs. states' rights
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Same Sex Marriage is a Religious Issue not a Political One
This iReport is part of CNN's continuing coverage of same-sex marriage in America; Join the discussion.
- Jareen, CNN iReport producer
According to the Bible fornicating, committing adultery, and laying with another man as if that man is a woman are all sins and no sin is any worst than another sin. Same sex marriage is a religious not a political issue. Since gay marriage is a religious and/or social issue it doesn't require a political debate prior to the 2012 presidential election.
The President can't fall for the Republican’s trap of letting the same sex marriage questions distract from the real issues (economy, justice, foreign policy, leadership ability, etc) and his record during the 2012 presidential election. President Obama should not take a stand on a religious and/or social issue as explosive as same sex marriage before the November 6, 2012, president election because many of our very lives depends on his reelection. Therefore, President Obama needs to have another interview this week and flip flop on his May 9, 2012, position that he and the First Lady supports same sex marriage.