Actions are not people. Good Lord, I hope I’m a bit more than my actions.
Sure, Our Lord said “Judge not, lest ye yourself be judged…how can you say to your brother, ‘Let me remove the speck from your eye’; and look, a mote is in your own eye?”(Matt. 7:1-4).
There is some truth to this guy’s sign. Jesus did hang out with all manner of unsavory folk. But you know what His common theme was when He spoke to the sinners? It was always, “Go, and sin no more.”
There is nothing wrong with judging actions, provided it is done with charitable intent. It’s judging people (“God Hates Fags” comes to mind) that is wrong. Check out what Paul has to say: “Do not keep company with anyone who is named a brother who is sexually immoral, or covetous, or an idolater, or a reviler, or a drunkard, or an extortioner.” (1 Cor. 5:11). He seems to think that we have a responsibility to shun people who do evil, both for our own safety and to hopefully show them that what they are doing is wrong (my interpretation of the verse…and I’m no scholar).
Now, I’ll admit that my action that prompted this question, though I was judging an action rather than a person, was not done with charitable intent. I was a bit ticked off because of a common misconception/misrepresentation of what I believe, and instead of answering it thoughtfully as I should have, I launched a sarcastic tirade, which was more fun. Mea culpa, I am sorry.