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New York Times: Obama Campaign Pushes the Issue of Gay Marriage

CU President David Bossie weighed in on the news that President Obama came out for gay marriage:

Many conservative advocacy groups displayed no such reticence to wade into the debate. These groups, which will play major roles in trying to motivate voters to the polls, see an opportunity to drive a wedge between Mr. Obama and religious voters, a group he made significant inroads with in 2008.

“Just when you thought the conservative movement couldn’t be any more energized against President Obama, he gives us another gift,” said David Bossie, president of the conservative advocacy group Citizens United. “Add it to the list of atrocities.”

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