Laura Bush Removed from Pro-Gay Marriage Ad

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Laura Bush has asked The Respect for Marriage Coalition, which kicked off a $1 million media campaign yesterday, to remove her from an ad that features her support of gay marriage.

The spot quotes a number of famous individuals who are behind its cause, including a clip of Bush speaking with Larry King in 2010 and telling the host:

"When couples are committed to each other and love each other, then they ought to have the same sort of rights that everyone has.”

In response, spokeswoman Anne MacDonald says the former First Lady “did not approve of her inclusion in this advertisement nor is she associated with the group that made the ad in any way.”

And the organization has honored Bush's request, removing her from the campaign and telling Politico:

“The ad launched a public education campaign that will now move to new and different voices that reflect the depth and breadth of our support."

A second ad for the campaign - featuring a Republican military veteran named Craig Stowell - will start running over the weekend.




That "Sick" feeling you felt was the realization that you had been hating yourself. Come on out of the closet.

Greg haislip

I used to be addicted to men, but over SEVEN years ago Jesus set me FREE! (YouTube) I am now free from the sin of homosexuality. Marriage is between 1 man and 1 woman according to the King James Bible (Genesis 2:24) so I am now married and my wife is pregnant by me. My wife used to be a victim of domestic violence in her first marriage, but Jesus set her FREE. FREE AT LAST FREE AT LAST, THANK GOD ALMIGHTY I'M FREE AT LAST!!!!! ALL HAIL KING JESUS!!!!

@ Greg Haislip

I am God. I am gay and I hate bigots like you.


she had never met F*ggots before in real life.
After meeting them she was Sick the entire day.

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