Actually, you have said just that.I never said I don't judge. I do.
"Actually, I don't judge homosexuality."
Since the two cannot be separated, you do judge the person, which makes you a hypocrite.I did say, I don't condemn a orientation, I judge a behavior.
"No law restrains the Church from being censored from public free speech. In fact, the Constitution puts the bulk of restraint on the government!"I wasn't talking about political discourse, I was always talking about public discourse.
If the church is making free public speech about political issues, then they can be in violation of their tax exempt status. Individuals may speak freely, institutions are not people, and don't have the same privilege. Ergo, a pastor can express his personal opinion freely concerning a political topic, because they are a citizen with a right to free speech, however they may not do so in their official capacity as a minister of the church.
Clearly you are drinking the citizens united "corporations are people" kool aide
No, I was merely trying to keep you on topic, but it appears that you are interested in nothing but spin and trying to roll back the inept comments you have already made.You were deceptively trying to equate the two to deceive.