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Rev. Wiliam Owen, president and founder of the Coalition of African-American Pastors, launched a national campaign to oppose President Obama's support of gay marriage during a press conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday, July 31, 2012, in Washington D.C. "I'm ashamed that he choose this disgraceful road," Rev Owen says. The CAAP say they are urging black pastors around the country to oppose the president's actions and to withdraw support for him in the upcoming November elections. (Raymond Thompson/The Washington Times)
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Rev. Wiliam Owen, president and founder of the Coalition of African-American Pastors, launched a national campaign to oppose President Obama's support of gay marriage during a press conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday, July 31, 2012, in Washington D.C. "I'm ashamed that he choose this disgraceful road," Rev Owen says. The CAAP say they are urging black pastors around the country to oppose the president's actions and to withdraw support for him in the upcoming November elections. (Raymond Thompson/The Washington Times)

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