Barack Obama Gay Marriage
President Obama Gives Props to Caitlyn Jenner
John Boehner Reacts to Gay Marriage, State of the Union Address in Epic Fashion
U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner has the distinct honor, as he said last night, of welcoming the President to Congress for his State of the Union address.
He also has the honor of sitting right behind Barack Obama, and thus, cameras trained on him for the entirety of Obama's extended address to the nation.
Prop 8 Plaintiffs Congratulated By President Obama on Live TV
As if their day wasn't eventful enough, the pro-gay marriage plaintiffs in the Prop 8 case got a congratulatory phone call from President Barack Obama.
Watch below, as they take Obama's call during a live TV interview:
Jane Pitt, Brad Pitt's Mom, Writes Anti-Gay, Pro-Mitt Romney Editorial
Brad Pitt has been a vocal advocate for gay rights, so it came as a bit of a surprise to learn that his mom write an editorial in her local Missouri newspaper that supports presidential candidate Mitt Romney's conservative views on homosexuality.
Springfield's News-Leader confirms that the author is Brad's mom.
Jane Lynch Narrates Pro-Obama LGBT Ad
Glee star Jane Lynch narrates a new documentary about LGBT rights in America, featuring a candid interview with President Obama and doubling as a de facto campaign ad for the reelection-seeking Commander-in-Chief in 2012.
The documentary-style commercial highlights Obama's achievements over the past three years, most notably ending the military's Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy and most recently coming out with full support for same-sex marriage.
Colin Powell Endorses Gay Marriage (But Not Obama)
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell told CNN Wednesday that he had "no problem" with gay marriage, but after a week of talk show appearances he's made it clear he's still not ready to endorse its latest champion, Barack Obama.
The Republican famously, and somewhat surprisingly, backed him in 2008.
Manny Pacquiao on Obama Gay Marriage Stance: An Immoral Abomination
Boxing champion Manny Pacquiao is pointedly criticizing President Barack Obama's recent endorsement of gay marriage, calling it offensive to his religion.
In an interview, the religious Pacquiao said that Obama's view was nothing more than a direct attack on the morals of society and the will of God.