President Obama Won’t Push Federal Legislation To Overturn State DOMA Laws In 2nd Term – Video

Will Kohler

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  1. Annonymous says:

    I am glad that Obama is not going to push for an overturn to DOMA during his second term. At the beginning of the election and again after I mailed my ballot, I wrote the white house both urging and thanking the President not to run on the LGBT ticket. He needs to run on the American ticket, and LGBT marriage can be very divisive. Both Romney and Obama have moved to the center, and we know they will both go right and left again after they get inaugurated and from then on until the next election. Don’t let Obama’s indifference to DOMA be a turn off. It’s just a tactical move to the center.

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