Republican White House hopeful Rudy Giuliani continues to try to walk a fine line between his past pro-gay record as mayor of New York and his current need to reassure the religious right of his conservative credentials, according to writer Steve Kornacki. "My moral views on this come from the Catholic Church," Giuliani said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "I believe that homosexuality, heterosexuality, as a way [that] somebody leads their life isn't sinful. It's the acts -- it's the various acts that people perform that are sinful, not the orientation that they have."
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