Last night, President Obama's campaign announced that he was "disappointed" in North Carolinians' overwhelming support of a constitutional amendment in support of traditional marriage law.
It was an interesting thing to say in that President Obama also claims to support traditional marriage laws and oppose redefining marriage to include same-sex arrangements or other groupings.
Word comes out today that the President plans to give an interview this afternoon to Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts "clarifying" his position on the matter.
What do you think he should do? His current position -- that he supports traditional marriage law while opposing state-level support of same -- is not currying him favor with either side. What type of clarification will help him?