vink2 wrote:zzm9980, what about religion in US. Why did they put 'In GOD we trust' on a dollar and pray every time before Congress session, but at the same time adopt gay marriage which contradicts with Christian values?
How many Christians are there? Is it just a habit to be Christian?
Do they think they respect Christians adopting these bills?
Do Christians try to defend their human rights?
I don't know, I wasn't part of the constitutional convention 230+ years ago that helped draft the constitution, nor later congressional sessions where the decision to add "In God We Trust" to currency was made. So I can't rectify the contradictions there, sorry.
I'm not the census bureau, and even if I was, they don't ask questions about religion in the US. So no idea how many Christians there are.
I'm not a Christian, so I can't comment on their habits.
Who are "they" and what "bills" are "Christians" adopting? The US has a strict segregation of church and state. So while openly religious congressional members may adopt a stance (and the cynic in me says that most of them would become openly gay themselves if they thought it would be a boost in the polls), no religion has any official standing in the US.
As explained above, I'm not qualified to answer this question about "defending their human rights" even if it wasn't open ended and stupid. You have an obvious ignorant anti American/Christian agenda now with these questions, so I'm done unless you come back with less loaded questions. Spend a little time, and you'll find that not all Christians (or muslims, or jews, or any other group) are all alike, and you can't paint "them" in such broad swathes of the same color. Some probably support gay rights, some are likely opposed, some are probably gay themselves, in any religious, ethnic, or cultural group. Grow up.