She is so arrogant, and with absolutely nothing to back it up:

Maggie Gallagher says President Barack Obama has little influence on the African-American community’s view of gay marriage.

The board chair the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the nation’s most vociferous opponent of gay marriage, appeared Monday morning on C-SPAN’s early morning call-in show Washington Journal.


Gallagher insisted Americans don’t look to the president for guidance on the issue.

“I don’t think that black churchgoers or other people are going to be that affected by what the president says on this issue. This is an issue that people feel they understand, they’re not really looking to the president of the United States to tell them what to think.”

“It’s true that African-Americans, like people of all ethnicities, disagree on this issue. But the city council here in D.C. fought extremely hard to prevent the people of D.C. to have the right to vote for marriage because they don’t trust the community here, in particular probably the large African-American community.”

I’m still curious to hear her thoughts on her son’s performance in Sodom: The Musical, and why she doesn’t wear a wedding ring.