Sure. If two people wish to join in a civil union to obtain some of the financial and legal advantages of marriage, I have no problem with that. Family health insurance. Life insurance benefits. Filing joint income tax. Ability to visit as a relative in a hospital. As the laws stand now, those advantages are often denied to gay people. In my opinion, that is unfair.<quoted text>Well,at least he is seeing a woman and she actually married a man. Obama, first "President" to ever support gay marriage. Another pillar falling before our eyes. Far left Liberals have destroyed this country. Yes, I am opposed to gay marriage. Yes, I actually am not concerned about being politically correct. No, I don't and won't change my mind like Obama has done on this topic and many others since the 90's. FLIP FLOP FLIP FLOP.Sounds and smells like a fish. Don't comeback with other flip floppers, I am talking about your current President. Can you justify HIS positionsssss?
I admit that I would prefer the term "civil union" to "marriage," but I am just a sentimental old softie liberal when it comes to such things.
If President Obama changes perhaps 20 more of his positions, he will start to make Mitt Romney jealous. Mitt is noted for his "Position of the Day."