By Anna Peirano
After coming out in support of same-sex marriage last week, Obama appears on ABC’s “The View” Tuesday to discuss the contrast between his and Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s stance on gay marriage.
“This is going to be a big contrast in the campaign,” said the President. “Because you’ve got Gov. Romney saging we should actually have a constitutional amendment installing the notion that you can’t have same-sex marriages.”
Romney opposes civil unions and gay marriage, but told local Denver station KDVR-TV that he feels domestic partnership benefits, hospital visitation rights are “appropriate but that the others are not.”