Obama's Evolving Opinion On Same-sex Marriage

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    It's pretty clear that Obama is saying one thing and secretly believes another. I think he looks like a hypocrite when he refuses to say exactly where he stands on same-sex marriage. Instead he meekly says his opinion is evolving.

    That isn't even intelligent enough to call stupid.

    Fact is Obama has officially said he's against it but his policies say otherwise. I don't need to hear what he believes because I already know. He is pro same-sex marriage, but he's afraid to lose the Latino vote and any conservatives that he once had. He won't say what he really believes till after the election.

    What a coward.

    I believe that Gays deserve the same rights as everybody else, but I'm not gonna send someone else out to pander to them like Obama did with Joe Biden.
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    It was unseemly. It was pathetic. I don't think Biden believed a word he said. He's as big a bigot as anyone. However he was told to say what he said on Meet The Depressed Sunday morning. This is Obama's way of starting a new discussion without actually participating. He had Biden put on his knee-pads and grovel to the Gay community while he stays out of it and remains free of criticism.

    Typical Obama. He always has somebody else carry his water on the tough issues.

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    At least we know Obama believes in "evolution".
     
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    Well, so does Romney.

    What's your point?
     
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    We know what Romney believes in today. What about tomorrow?
     
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    Obama will change his mind on anything if he thinks it will get him a vote.

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    Maybe it's evolving.
     
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    I think hes faking it on this one too.

    At least hes moving in the right direction
     
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    He's really gotten screwed with this one. In 2008 he was against gay marriage. Now that it seems to be some kind of issue for his liberal base he sends Biden to say it's really OK and he supports it. But he leaves himself wiggle room to say Biden wasn't speaking for him. Because gay marriage is most vociferously opposed in black churches, which is a strong base of support for him.
    He would have done better keeping his mouth shut on the issue. Same as he would have with Trayvon Martin and a bunch of other things.
     
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    Why is the President so non-committal on this? From a social position, moderates, independents, and liberals are by and large in agreement with him. Is he trying to attract the Religious Right? Can he not show leadership or definitivenrss on something so easy?
     
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