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08/04/2010

President is now 4-9, never again For-8

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2010-08-04 At 6.43.16 Pm

"The President has spoken out in opposition to Proposition 8 because it is divisive and discriminatory. He will continue to promote equality for LGBT Americans"

-The White House

Happy birthday, Mister President. Have your cake -- then vow to let us eat ours too!

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*UPDATE, 8/5: But of course he, a constitutional law scholar, is still not willing to come over to the fully fair side. And that's really starting to hurt: Video: Oh look, the inevitable reminder that Pres. Obama sees us as separate, unequal [G-A-Y]

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*RELATED: Judge Walker's Prop 8 decision

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