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May 09, 2012


How does a President reaffirm a non-existent state right?

Show me a state that can pick and choose which members of the armed forces stationed at its bases are married and which aren't.

You'd have to go back before Loving v. Virginia to find an example.

Good point BobN.

Also, he doesn't seem to ascribe the "change" to Michelle. Just to include her as another person who considered the same metrics. But you're right that she's used in his explanation to privatize the opinion.

Thanks, Dana!

Except he didn't credit her with the decision. He answered yes to a question about whether she was involved.

He also credits the influence of his children.

I cannot find in the video where he reaffirmed states' rights. What is the exact quote?

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