Bill Owens of the Coalition of African-American Pastors on Tuesday held a second press conference to condemn President Barack Obama's recent endorsement of gay marriage.

In May, Obama told ABC News' Robin Roberts that “I think same sex couples should be able to get married.” The NAACP, the nation's oldest civil rights organization, cited the president's move in making its own endorsement.

Speaking to reporters, Owens took partial credit for putting Obama in the White House.

“The president is in the White House because of the civil rights movement. And I was a leader in that movement. And I didn't march one inch, one foot, one yard for a man to marry a man, for a woman to marry a woman,” Owens told reporters.

He went on to suggest that President Obama has sold out.

“So the president has forgotten the price that was paid. Where people died, where they suffered, where they gave their blood to have equal rights in the United States. And for the homosexual community and for the president to bow to the money as Judas did to Jesus Christ is a disgrace and we're ashamed.”

Owens promised to “take action” to reverse the president's stance. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)