In response to:

Black Pastors Oppose President, Democrats on Same Sex Marriage

Sydney17 Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 2:43 PM
The Coalition of African-American Pastors has demonstrated the courage and conviction and their faith by standing firm against the moral decay of political correctness. If he was alive today, Martin Luther King would stand with them. You don't hear much about Martin Luther King, these days, because he advocated compliance with the Ten Commandments and the moral and ethical teachings of his religion. In fact, he would be condemned today for his position by some who are prominent solely because of their past association with Martin Luther King.

Support for same sex marriage is now in the Democratic Party preliminary platform. Once approved by the full platform committee and voted on at the convention, same sex marriage will have the formal support of the Democratic Party.

But as Democrats institutionalize their support for same sex marriage, their relationship with the Party’s most loyal constituency, black Americans, becomes increasingly uneasy.

A new survey just released by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life shows 65 percent of Democrats supporting same sex marriage compared to just 40 percent of blacks.

A group of 3,700 plus black pastors,...