President Barack Obama made his stance on gay marriage in America crystal clear during a conversation with Robin Robers yesterday.

He said, "I think gay couples should be allowed to get married."  Simple, straight forward and without question right?  Well, it hasn't always been so cut and dry for President Obama.

He called his decision an evolution, and it really has been.  He really has come full circle since 2004 when he not only opposed gay marriage, but he stated that marriage was not a civil right.

One of the best qualities of a person is the ability to identify when they are wrong, learn about it and form a new opinion.  I hope that is what is going on with Barack and that this isn't just a political play.  Check out the history of gay marriage with President Barack Obama.

President Obama Supports Gay Marriage 2012

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