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The president's new stance on gay marriage came just in time for a big celebrity fund raiser that brought in millions.
President Obama -- West Coast campaign swing ended up being something of a gay rights victory lap.
By the time he got to George Clooney's house for the main event he'd already stopped in Seattle where voters will weigh in on gay marriage later this year.
And here in Washington you'll have the chance to make your voice heard.
On the issue of making sure that everybody.
Regardless of sexual orientation is treated fairly new eleven.
But outside of these kinds of events the reception of the president's -- stand is a little more complicated.
In a country that is just about evenly divided when it comes to gave merit.
And the Washington Post raised some eyebrows about the timing of its latest story on Republican Mitt Romney.
Describing -- alleged incident when he was a high school -- were witnesses say he forcibly cut the hair of a fellow student who some believed was gay.
Romney didn't deny it but said that sexual orientation would not have been the issue.
There's no question but that I did some stupid things and I was in high school.
And obviously if I hurt -- by virtue of that I I would be very sorry Ford and apologized for it.
And speaking of apologies the White House says that vice president Joseph Biden.
Apologize to President Obama yesterday for accidentally raising the gay marriage issue.
Ahead of schedule.
In Washington Doug Luzader Fox News.
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