I'm using the dictionary definition of bigoted - and it's accurate:
big·ot·ed /ˈbɪg 01;tɪd/–adjective: utterly intolerant of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own.
There's a difference between believing something to be morally wrong and not practicing or sanctioning it in your own life, and going out and using the government to force your prejudices on other people. That's what is happening with same-sex marriage. The fact that there are some a la carte phrases in the New Testament that can be used to single out homosexuals is irrelevant because this is not a theocracy, and Biblical law is unenforceable in the US. Further, passages of both the old and new testament condemn fornication equally with homosexuality - but there isn't nearly as much scrutiny or condemnation focused on fornicators as there is upon the gay/lesbian community.
The current wars we're in are most certainly not wars of last resort (one could even argue that the Iraq war is one of first resort).
As for the death penalty, given how utterly unequal and flawed our legal system is - we have no business sentencing people to death. Further, your case holds no water because it's cheaper to give someone life in prison than it is to put them to death (it also allows for the opportunity to correct a wrongful conviction). Moreover; didn't Jesus teach about the power and possibility of redemption?