Chris Broussard Says Homosexuality is a Sin on National Television — Invokes Christianity as Reasoning

Chris Broussard was on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” show yesterday talking about the hoopla surrounding NBA player Jason Collins coming out as gay and the repercussions it was having across the league. Broussard says that while his Christian beliefs do not jive with homosexuality, he has no problem with Collins or anyone else playing in the NBA. However, he thinks that while he should respect their right to do as they wish, the favor should be returned.
I, for one, was totally offended by Broussard’s statements. To think that he can just get on television and talk about Christianity like there is a such thing as freedom of speech in this nation is ludicrous and a slap in the face to everything we as a society do to make sure we censor everything down so as not to offend anyone.
Broussard needs to check the Constitution and remember that this kind of behavior will NOT be tolerated in the United States of America. Nowhere in the Bill of Rights is there anything about freedom of speech or expression, and there’s certainly nothing about practicing your own religion and having your own beliefs or anything like that. I hope he gets his act together and doesn’t repeat this kind of offensive behaviors in the future.