President Obama Just Lost The Election

May 15, 2012 12:00 AM
President Obama Just Lost The Election
" Since President Obama has announced that he is supporting gay marriage, many citizens have criticized his decision and said it was a bad idea. Rumor has it that President Obama may have just lost his chance of winning the approval of the southern states. Some who have voted for him before also said they may not vote for him again in the next election. And even thought we live in a country that stands for equal rights for all, many believe that the right to marry should only apply to a man and a woman. So is President Obama right for standing up for the gay and lesbian community to have equal rights, or did he make a mistake that may just cost him the election? To hear more on this topic, go to , and listen to today’s show. "

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