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Petition aims to send 100,000-person ‘thank you’ to Barack Obama for equal marriage support

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  1. Already signed, with heartfelt thanks.

    I believe multitudes more than 100,000 will sign an online card of thanks that signifies this momentous occasion.

    Obama has chosen to be on the right side of history.

    1. I’ll thank him when I see something move towards it, It’s not secret that he’s done a 180 on a lot of his big policies from last time and has lied through his teeth throughout his presidency. If he gets this through before the next election I’ll believe it and thank him. If he says he needs another term it’s another of his hollow political points that will never happen.

  2. Errol Semple 10 May 2012, 4:52pm

    An example to the world.

  3. Signing this now- Obama is one of the only leaders in this world, past and present, who I would happily stand behind.

  4. Please sign this, and ask others to do it aswell.

  5. Erik Ribsskog 10 May 2012, 5:46pm

    I am so proud to be gay.

  6. Signed with thanks Mr President.

  7. I think this is good, but I mean, Right now you have to say this!? Right when you have elections around the corner!?

    Right Obama. Right.
    You should have said this since day one and go against all odds with ppl like Mc-Pain

    1. inb4 democrats disliking honesty.

  8. My husband just signed for both of us. I am glad he finally said what should be said.

  9. Aidan Samuel 10 May 2012, 10:52pm

    Thank you President. You are great President on earth. Long Live President Obama


  10. Looking at history in the United States… if you want change “History” has indicated that black people have been the most instrumental in Civil Rights, Equality. Martyn Luther King jr, Rosa Parks, and (many others) now The first black “President Obama” is on side for LGBT equality.

    Where are all the other examples and people of conscience in this issue?

    At least one kid in the future generation has it all figured out! (Shows hope!)

  11. I have signed it. I pray that more than a million signatures will be collected and that President Obama signs an excutive order to make what he said into law.
    A man worthy of a second term in office

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