From 'War on Marriage' to 'Playing Politics': Let the Obama Gay Marriage Backlash BeginErin Gloria Ryan5/09/12 6:30pmFiled to: Rights and ritesPresident obamaBarack Obamamarriage equalityGay MarriageWar on marriageRight wing freak outFox News147EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWithin minutes of President Obama making the historic declaration that he personally believed that gay people should be allowed to get married, angry backlash began spewing out of the right like glitter covered partygoers out of a gay nightclub after last call. Here's a short rundown of right-wing reactions to the President's announcement.First there's the part where the politicians accuse another politician of using politics to try to advance in politics. The RNC and their grimmacing chairman, Reince Priebus, took a break from fighting in the War on Caterpillars to accuse the President of pandering. He said, "While President Obama has played politics on this issue, the Republican Party and our presumptive nominee Mitt Romney have been clear. "We support maintaining marriage between one man and one woman and would oppose any attempts to change that."