During a campaign event in Iowa Tuesday, a Democratic voter, who is Gay, approached Republican Presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich and asked him how he would garner the support of Gay Americans who may agree with him on most issues, but disagree with him on what may be the most important issue to them: Same-Sex Marriage.
Gingrich replied in a straightforward, non-roundabout fashion, that he expects to win the support of Gay Americans who view job creation, national security etc. as the most important issues in their lives. But, he said that those who view same-sex marriage as the most important issue in their lives should support Barack Obama.
Contrast Gingrich's response to Barack Obama's ever-changing views on gay-marriage. Obama keeps altering his position according to the electoral needs of the moment.