From my perspective Catch, biblical... being Asian is not a sin, a woman or being in a wheelchair is not sin... but according to my beliefs homosexuality is sinful and has a direct affect onto our own culture.<quoted text>
I would say that refusal to vote for a person simply because he is Asian, or she is a woman, or that he is in a wheelchair, or that he is homosexual, is un-American, in the broad sense of the world.
And voting to deny people their equal rights, also un-American.
Many beliefs of religions reflect un-American values and concepts. That's why religion should be allowed within the religious group, but it shouldn't intrude into the general society.
I know all your oh so holy yet tired answers and justifications, so you need not waste your time.
Unfortunately for you guys, Christians exist... lol. I really didn't mean that to be funny but what I'm trying to say is that though we are the minority we have the right to excercise that freedom to vote the way "we choose". Not how anybody else says I have to choose. Homosexuality in my beliefs is realted to behavior, not ethnicity or gender.