It's round two for gay marriage.
The Montana Democrat needed another day to decide.
There was legitimate laughter!
No one learned from Obamacare.
The director paid for his No. 1 spot in the Supreme Court line.
Arguments start today; get familiar.
One says he's done 200 interviews.
On his Facebook page.
That's still progressive in this case.
It's a generational thing.
Watch the video.
Is it too much to ask for a little introspection along with his newfound decency?
"It allowed me to think of this issue from a new perspective," says Portman.
He'd like the Supreme Court to fix that mistake.
But avoids weighing in on a federal right to gay marriage.
Look who's getting behind gay marriage and Obamacare.
They argue it supports "limited government and maximizing individual freedom."
The legal brief suggests that President Obama is ready to endorse a federal right to gay marriage.
This is probably news to them.