posted on May, 9 2012 @ 02:45 PM
AND.... He still believes that it is up to the individual STATES to decide! Will he offer an opinion regarding North Carolina?
The president stressed that this is a personal position, and that he still supports the concept of states deciding the issue on their own. But he
said he’s confident that more Americans will grow comfortable with gays and lesbians getting married, citing his own daughters’ comfort with the
We'll see about that... 3..2..1.. in comes the DOJ again...
Or... Perhaps he's just pandering for votes and money
Some leading gay and progressive donors are so angry over President Obama’s refusal to sign an executive order barring same sex discrimination
by federal contractors that they are refusing to give any more money to the pro-Obama super PAC, a top gay fundraiser’s office tells me. In some
cases, I’m told, big donations are being withheld.
Jonathan Lewis, the gay philanthropist and leading Democratic fundraiser, is one of many gay advocates who has been working behind the scenes to
pressure Obama to change his mind. When Obama decided against the executive order last month, arguing that he would pursue a legislative solution
instead, advocates were furious — such a solution will never pass Congress, the executive order has been a priority for advocates for years, and the
move smacked of a political cave to conservatives who will not support Obama no matter what he does.
Obama is easily motivated ... He was just waiting for the right motivator to change his mind
Now that he has changed his opinion... What next? Does it even matter if he still believes it is a STATE Issue?
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