Governor Scott Walker keeps spinning that he now has no position on gay marriage-- even though he took a HUGE position in favor of discrimination by appealing the court's ruling and inviting a stay on the ruling until a higher court weighs-in. To be clear, however, if Walker had not appealed the decision, gay marriage would be legal in Wisconsin right now.
This seems fairly straight-forward, but the state's stenographers media have dutifully printed Walker's nonsense and failed to mention that by appealing the decision, he was taking a very strong position against gay marriage.
Finally, however, national AP has weighed-in and pointed out that Walker could have easily followed Chris Christie's lead, who did not appeal the court's ruling in his state. As a result, New Jersey has gay marriage right now:
Walker explained his court appeal simply as his obligation as governor to defend the state's constitution.