Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:
"I think it's OK because it's up to the person to decide who they want to marry and be with. I will still support him for president."
"That's his opinion and to each his own. I have a problem with it, but hey, somebody might not. I'd still vote for him because everybody's got opinions and different strokes for different folks."
"Well, you know, I kind of agree with him because times are changing. Too many times people have been beat up because of what they feel or what they believe. I think it's a good thing that he's coming out and saying that he's gonna support it because maybe that will cut down some of the violence against the gays to the point where they can feel open to come out and express their feelings like everybody else."
"Yes, I will support him. I am still going to vote for him. In terms of same-sex marriage, it doesn't matter to me. I have family that's gay. It don't matter. I think they have the right to marry who they want. Barack still has my vote."
"I still support him. I don't discriminate, but I think he's got more important issues to deal with than messing around with same-sex marriages - like the economy, political, jobs. I don't discriminate. Everybody should live their own life. You only live once."
"Yes, it does change how I think about the President because when God created Adam and Eve, it was man and woman, not man and man or woman and woman. At this point, it's just my opinion, that the President is a bit confused that he would think something like that. Given that, it will be difficult for me to support him right now."