Country Reacts To Obama's Approval Of Gay Marriage

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Read The Full Opinion Pieces

Charles Blow, The New York Times: "Liberty and Justice for All"
The Charlotte Observer:
"A Presidential Nod, Finally, On Gay Marriage"
Frida Ghitis, CNN: "What's Next For Obama On Gay Rights?"
Charles Kaiser, CNN: "Gay Marriage Support: Obama's Most Courageous Move"
Pat McMahon, The Daily Caller: "Barack Obama: A Profile In Cowardice"
The National Review: "The Devolution Of Marriage"
New England Star Ledger: "President Obama's Brave Statement On Gay Marriage"
Michael Tomasky, The Daily Beast: "Obama's High-Stakes Gamble On Gay Marriage"

Three days after Vice President Joe Biden voiced his own support, President Barack Obama described his "evolution" on the issue and became the first sitting president in U.S. history to declare himself in favor of same-sex marriage. Listeners react to the news.

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