Skip to comments.WH won't push gay marriage into party platform
Posted on 05/10/2012 1:29:06 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
President Obama declared his personal support for same-sex marriage yesterday, but the White House chose not to push for the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act today.
"Well, party platform issues are for the party to decide," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said when asked if Obama would call for the repeal of DOMA and endorsement of pro-gay marriage language in the party platform. "That process is underway, and I refer you to the DNC on the question about the platform."
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GayBama won’t push gay marriage? Why is he bringing the subject up every minute?
Seems Biden and Obama already have.
The boys at the bath house might have started celebrating too soon.
Well, I guess I shouldn’t be shocked.
But, I’m a bit shocked that, having come out of the closet for homosexual marriage, the president is NOT going to push repeal of DOMA, and will NOT push for the party platform to endorse homosexual marriage. Why in the sam hill bring the subject up in the first place?
Or is he trying to have it both ways, by saying he personally supports homosexual marriage, but not trying to deal with the laws on the subject of marriage????
Oh this will be interesting. I am sure the Gay mafia already has this in their sights.
wink wink nod
The same view Romney has had all his life
The same view Obama has said he had the first 50 years of his life... Until yesterday!!!
So now that Romney doesn't change his view to Obama's the day after, he gets blasted... And Obama gets away with it because of the disgusting adoring media!
What vile SCUM. Obama and the media.
That about sums it up. He wanted to appease rich homosexualist donors to his campaign who were mad at NC without actually having to do anything different.
Apparently the the checks from the homosexual donors have cleared.
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