Summing up Obama’s “evolved” stance on Gay Marriage is really quite easy. It’s a simple case of his being Gay For Pay.
Sure! Obama Will Go Gay – For $15 Million In Donations
The Obama Campaign and the Dems in general were looking at loosing the financial support of both Queers and seriously pro-Queer donors, a situation made acutely worse by North Carolina passing Amendment 1 by a wide margin, defining marriage solely as a union between a man and a woman in the state’s Constitution.
So the Campaigner-in-Chief, under the direction of his handlers, had to say something, preferable something nuanced with lots of exit pathways and few commitments.
At a certain point, I’ve just concluded that– for me personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that– I think same-sex couples should be able to get married. Now– I have to tell you that part of my hesitation on this has also been I didn’t want to nationalize the issue. There’s a tendency when I weigh in to think suddenly it becomes political and it becomes polarized.
And what you’re seeing is, I think, states working through this issue– in fits and starts, all across the country. Different communities are arriving at different conclusions, at different times. And I think that’s a healthy process and a healthy debate. And I continue to believe that this is an issue that is gonna be worked out at the local level, because historically, this has not been a federal issue, what’s recognized as a marriage.
Yeah, the boy will do Gay for Pay alright. He’s got limits though – no Full Service; he won’t bend over that far, not when it might cost him more than he’s getting for it. 😉
I’ve got a more important and pressing question than what Obama wants people to believe is his personal stance on Gay Marriage is though. Does America’s newest rent boy think that the queers – single, involved, it’s complicated, or married – could use some jobs?