Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaThe Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by Facebook - Don't expect a government check anytime soon Trump appointees stymie recommendations to boost minority voting: report Obama's first presidential memoir, 'A Promised Land,' set for November release MORE and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) looked unified in Unity, N.H., bloggers say Friday. Liberal bloggers are being forced to pick sides between two of their favorites and some are wondering how wise it was for Sens. Larry Craig (R-Idaho) and David VitterDavid Bruce VitterLysol, Charmin keep new consumer brand group lobbyist busy during pandemic Bottom line Bottom line MORE (R-La.) to sign on as sponsors of a bill re-introducing that Federal Marriage Amendment.

Obama and Clinton played nice in New Hampshire, showing lots of smiles and singing each other's praises, Top of the Ticket writes. On Call points out that the two were so focused on unity they even wore matching outfits.

MSNBC host Keith Olbermann and Salon blogger Glen Greenwald are dividing the liberal blogosphere by feuding over Obama's support for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) rewrite, The Huffington Post writes. Firedoglake's Jane Hamsher points out the whole fight erupted because Greenwald wrote that Olbermann is excusing Obama's stance on the bill because of "blind devotion to Barack Obama."

And having Craig and Vitter attached to a marriage protection amendment may not lend the bill a whole lot of credibility, writes the Carpetbagger Report. The blog points put the two senators are not ideal poster boys for the sanctity of marriage.

U-N-I-T-Y - The Trail
Vitter & Craig Sponsor Marriage Protection - The Carpetbagger Report
Watching the Left, Post Gun Ruling - Jon Henke, The Next Right
Olbermann and Greenwald Feud on FISA - The Huffington Post
Glenzilla vs. Olbermann - Jane Hamsher, Firedoglake
The Case Against HRC - The Fix
New Talk of Justice Clinton - Allahpundit, Hot Air
This Week in Scandals - Pro Publica
Gay Marriage - Mike Potemra, The Corner
Coleman Rents Cheap Crash Pad - TPM

Rewriting the Rules - Newsweek
GOP Hopes to Keep Guns in Spotlight - The Hill
Oil Hits New High - New York Times