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Jeb Bush at CPAC: Don’t Be Ridiculous. I Am Not Gay Friendly And Do Not Support Same-Sex Marriage.

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Via: the Washington Blade:

Despite a perception that he’s the most LGBT-friendly Republican in the field of potential presidential candidates, Jeb Bush said Friday he remains opposed to same-sex marriage. Onstage at the second day of the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference, Bush was asked if his views had changed on same-sex marriage by conservative commentator Sean Hannity. The former Florida governor was succinct in his reply: “No. I believe in traditional marriage.” The potential candidate — who once backed the efforts of his brother, former President George W. Bush, to pass a U.S. constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage throughout the country — made the comments before a conservative audience as he tried to play down his support for immigration reform and federal education standards under Common Core.

And as for Tim Miller the openly gay traitor. quisling, and homo-COM that Bush hired as a communications director for his 2016 campaign.

Spin that and choke on your 30 pieces of silver Judas.

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  1. There’so something seriously wrong with this sentence, which implies Hannity is a wedding officiant for gay couples: “…Bush was asked if his views had changed on same-sex marriage by conservative commentator Sean Hannity.”

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