Convenient: Obama to give interview about his ‘evolving’ stance on gay marriage

So, President Obama is to give an interview to ABC’s Robin Roberts today on his position, or lack thereof, on gay marriage. Hmm. Funny how this is happening after the North Carolina Amendment One passage, huh? Weird! By weird, we of course mean pandering.

NYT: "It is unclear if Mr. Obama’s position on same-sex marriage has changed since he was last asked about it."

— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) May 9, 2012!/MattCover/status/200223199848435713

Could get interesting, but we wonder if the press will report on this. If, of course, the President actually clarifies his views instead of talking about the Policy Which Shall Not Be Named ™.

Amazingly, none of the broadcast nets covered Obama's gay marriage problem last night. Nor did they cover his econ speech.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) May 9, 2012

Funny, even his position on explaining his position is ‘evolving.’

Obama disses Rolling Stone. Asked about gay marriage, replies "I'm not going to make news in this publication."

— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) May 9, 2012

Dude, total diss.

As usual, President Obama is stringing along gay people to use them for his own end.

.@donnabrazile Good morning! On the menu? A pop quiz! What part of his base is Obama worried about alienating re: gay marriage? #hmmm

— Hating Breitbart (@HatingBreitbart) May 9, 2012

Sr. BO adviser to me re: BO endorsing gay marriage: BO "may get around to it before this election but he certainly will after the election."

— Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) May 9, 2012

Huh. How convenient. Gutsy call, Mr. President!

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