Maggie Gallagher, the National Organization for Marriage's president and a conservative commentator, said there's no shortage of grassroots conservative anger over the recent moves expanding gay marriage. That outrage may not be getting much national press attention, but it remains a potent political force, she said. "It's manufactured moment, this idea that people are ready to give up on the gay-marriage fight," Gallagher said. "In Connecticut, in New Hampshire, in Iowa, the legislators are being flooded with phone calls on this issue. People are not happy with gay marriage."