As the left mourns the end of a fake news program with Jon Stewart and the suspension of fake news anchor Brian Williams, the fake president sat down for an interview with pretend news outlet Buzzfeed and proceeded to dig an even deeper hole on his fake stance on gay marriage. Anyone notice there’s a lot of fakery going on these days with the left? If anyone can decipher what this idiot is babbling about, please let us know. This from the same guy afraid to be interviewed by Fox because according to him they’re not a real news outlet.
President Obama is denying a former top political adviser’s contention that he intentionally deceived voters about his position on gay marriage in an interview published Wednesday.
The president said David Axelrod, his former senior adviser, was “mixing up my personal feelings with my position on the issue” when he said Obama publicly backed civil unions rather than gay marriage because it was more politically palatable.
“I always felt that same-sex couples should be able to enjoy the same rights, legally, as anybody else and so it was frustrating to me not to, I think, be able to square that with what were a whole bunch of religious sensitivities out there,” Obama said in an interview with BuzzFeed.
A whole bunch of religious sensitivities, yo. And where are those sensitivities coming from? Dirty little secret:
“For as long as we had been working together, Obama had felt a tug between his personal views and the politics of gay marriage,” Axelrod wrote.
“Opposition to gay marriage was particularly strong in the black church, and as he ran for higher office, he grudgingly accepted the counsel of more pragmatic folks like me, and modified his position to support civil unions rather than marriage, which he would term a ‘sacred union.'”
Those folks in the black church should get off their high horse, perhaps, using Obama’s fine-tuned logic. Meanwhile, Axelrod offered up this kneeslapper:
“He routinely stumbled over the question when it came up in debates or interviews. ‘I’m just not very good at bulls—ting,’ he said with a sigh after one such awkward exchange,” Axelrod wrote.
This from a guy who couldn’t tell the truth if his life depended on it.