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I find it quite clever what's happening on the administration side.
I'm not should -- divide remark was client would Biden you never know.
I mean he's a loose Kennedy go off at any time so I wouldn't describe it to a strategy.
However it's very clear what the administration is doing.
They are telling the American -- with a wink and a nod.
That of course sort of support gay marriage the only question if you read the papers the only debate inside the administration is whether to say it now.
But whether they say it after Election Day it's like what Obama said to his friends -- so Vladimir and Dmitri in Russia.
After the election let -- be more flexible.
So it's only question what he's gonna say president announces -- evolving on the issue you -- -- higher officials in his government's saying they are in favor of it.
Do you think Obama's you know an -- after Election Day in my evolution stopped short of Arnie Duncan and Joseph Biden of course not.
Everybody understands it after Election Day he'll say he's in favor and -- be a done deal.
The reason he's not saying it now is because he has some worries about parts of his constituency.
But here's the thing Krauthammer also said that he does not think that this will be a dominant factor in the election.
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