Yesterday, Executive Director Matt Foreman of the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force issued his response to President George Bush's State of the Union Address.
Edit: Adding the following in:
The National Gay & Lesbian Task Force Policy Center's Research Director Jason Cianciotto had a much more meaty response to the State of the Union Address:
Has attacking LGBT equality been pushed to the back burner? Supporters of marriage equality can celebrate the fact that their personal relationships are no longer being used as anti-gay fodder in the president’s most important speech of the year. Those who’ve criticized the gay rights movement’s focus on marriage over the past few years can celebrate that important issues like access to health care are no longer taking a backseat to calculated attempts to divide the electorate.
It's a good thing that the Federal Marriage Amendment appears to be off the table.