Obama: "I'll be honest with you, I don't think that the disillusionment is justified. So I don't begrudge the LGBT community pushing, but the flip side of it is that this notion somehow that this administration has been a source of disappointment to the LGBT community, as opposed to a stalwart ally of the LGBT community, I think is wrong." Being a "stalwart ally" to the "LGBT community" is the wrong thing to do but Obama doesn't understand that! He thinks it's the right thing to do. I'd say that the best thing would be to have the LGBT community strongly opposed to the administration's positions unless, of course, we want to endorse the various homosexual agendas. Discerning right from wrong should not be so difficult for a President.