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Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney asked about the president's gay marriage shift late today seemed to be cautious.
Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron shows us what he's saying.
Visiting -- campaign headquarters and Oklahoma.
Mitt Romney reacted to president Obama's change of position from being an opponent of same sex marriage to a supporter.
I have the same view on marriage that I have what I would have but I was governor and that have expressed many times I believe marriage is relationship.
Between a man and a woman I know that people have differing views this is -- very -- tender and sensitive topic as are many social issues.
But I I had the same view that I've had.
Since what -- this is running for office.
Earlier in the day Romney who boasted in Massachusetts years ago that he was more pro gay rights in the late Ted Kennedy's.
Campaign in the battleground swing state of Colorado where he described his views in greater detail to a Denver fox affiliate.
I do not favor.
That marriage between people of the same gender and I don't favor civil unions to fit if they're identical to -- -- -- by name.
My view is that domestic partnership benefits hospital visitation rights and the like are appropriate but that the others -- not.
Running made no mention of his uncontested three -- suite of primaries in Indiana West Virginia and North Carolina yesterday thirty states now have laws are constitutional amendments prohibiting same sex marriage.
Seven of them are key swing state battlegrounds including North Carolina.
Which had a ban on same sex marriage on the ballot yesterday.
It passed on a resounding 61 -- 39 vote adding to pressure from gay and lesbian activist groups on President Obama.
To hurry up and in his words evolve from a foe of same sex marriage to a backer.
The latest Rolling Stone he said recently quote we're going to keep on working in very practical ways to make sure that our gay and lesbian Brothers and sisters are treated as what they are.
Full fledged members of the American family Indiana had a primary yesterday to it was Obama country in 2008 but has since shifted right.
Nearly forty year incumbent senator Richard Lugar was beaten in the GOP primary by state treasurer Richard Murdoch.
-- energized Tea Party supporters could help Romney put the Hoosier state back in the GOP win column my -- Finally the West Virginia democratic primary last night proved embarrassing for President Obama.
He won 60% of the vote but 40% went to runner up -- Judd.
Who's also known as inmate number 11593.
He's in a Texas federal prison doing seventeen and a half years for extortion.
Rather than support the president 21% in what West Virginia voters cast ballots for no preference.
Judd got on the ballot but -- western history 500 dollar filing feedback -- -- lady came in third for an Idaho congressional seat.
Also while he was in jail and he says he's run for president every year since 1996 -- pretty this -- 42%.
Bottles in your mind.
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