Saturday, May 12, 2012


In coming out of the closet for GAY MARRIAGE after he was again it...
Obama cited the Golden Rule, you know, treat others the way you would want to be treated. 

And I think that’s what we try to impart to our kids and that’s what motivates me as president and I figure the most consistent I can be in being true to those precepts, the better I’ll be as a as a dad and a husband and hopefully the better I’ll be as president.”

Even if he refused to outright endorse same-sex marriage in the past, President Obama without a doubt tried his best to play it safe when speaking on the issue. Possibly it was little to close to his true feelings.

In 2004 during an Illinois Senate Debate, Obama said, “I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman,” adding, however, that he detests attacks on homosexuals in Americas. Although he went on record to say that “Most gays and lesbians are seeking basic recognition of their rights” and that “These are rights for everybody, not just some people,” the president’s stance on gay marriage until now was one that opposed it.