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Should we choose to run others lives?

Ok… I have am not a Catholic or Christian and I live in the United States of America. So, you ask why does this matter well I have been listening to the news and what people have to say lately and all of it seems to be related to these two religions. I mean I know that these religion are the two most practiced in the U.S. but why are the politicians who take the religious side? I mean is not this suppose to be a free country where religion is separated from government. Did we not do this for a reason because there are so many kinds of people living in the U.S. that focusing in one religion is not in the best interest of the people. There are issues with same sex marriages and the reason it is not being passes in the government is because the in the bible it says that it is a sin. I mean I respect other peoples beliefs in their religion and would do nothing to come in their way then why are these people coming in the way of love. Live your life according to the way you think is right and let others choose for themselves what is write and wrong. One cannot force their views onto others. I personally am not gay and I have a boyfriend that I am in love with and if someone told me that I could not be with him because it said in their religion that it was wrong I would be very angry. I think it is something else when someone stands in the way of true love whether it is boyfriend + girlfriend, girlfriend + girlfriend, or boyfriend + boyfriend. I think it is a sin to stand in true loves way and I don’t need a book to tell me that. I know that this is not my problem because it does not effect me but the thing I believe in is the fact that I live in a free country and everyone should be treated equally no matter who they are, where they are from, what they do, or who they choose to love.

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