The glbt community does want marriage, and Obama declared that as long as he's in office, the government will not persue or defend the Defense of Marriage Act. He also pushed through the appeal of Don't Ask, Don't TEll. He's also signed a public declaration for Gay Pride Month for the past three years in a row.<quoted text>
I don't see him having the Jewish vote anymore. He gone arab too often to keep that vote.
G&L they'll drop him too. They have one issue and its marriage. He didn't deliver so they stay out of the vote.
illegals can vote yet so that kills that block of possible voters.
Blacks may love him but no jobs for them, house foreclosures on them. I still them hating it but voting for a job and that means republicans.
Whites poor or not are wising up fast about arab obama.
What ObamaRama should worry about is Hilary.
Truthfully i think the republicans would have a harder time beating her in 2012 then they will Obama.
She's still popular and isn't making too many mistakes.
Do you honestly want to talk politics or just swear and spew hate ?
All the candidates at the recent CNN Republican debates made it perfectly clear that they would support a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, and several of them made it clear that they didn't like the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell. I honestly can't see the glbt community voting Republican or even staying out of this vote. The vote this time around is crucial to the causes that we care about.