Fresh off his keynote speech at the Faith And Freedom Conference in Washington last weekend, Herman Cain took a socially conservative hard-line stance on sexual orientation in an interview with CBS News.
"I believe homosexuality is a sin because I'm a Bible-believing Christian, I believe it's a sin," Cain said, adding, "I believe it is a choice."
On the flip side, earlier this week we covered former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his cautiousness when discussing his faith and the Mormon Church's stance on gay marriage and homosexuality.
You can watch Cain's comments in the CBS News clip below: