Is homosexuality immoral?
not even running, and former Senator and Vice-Presidential candidate John Edwards are tied for third. Neither Clinton nor Obama have yet been willing to challenge the controversial statements made by Peter Pace on Monday regarding homosexuality’s immorality, though Clinton has said she does not share the view, “[P]lain and simple… It is inappropriate to inject such person views into this public policy matter…” It is important to note that both Senators have also spent a fair amount of time campaigning to the religious population of America, appealing to this often right-leaning constituency as life-long churchgoers with a solid base in their beliefs in God. Clinton has courted gay-rights advocates throughout her campaigning; only two weeks ago, she told the audience at a Human Rights Campaign (HRC) gathering that she was proud to stand with them in supporting gay rights. When ABC News asked her to comment on Pace’s comment, however, she replied, “Well, I’m going to leave that to ot