DALLAS — A pro-gay marriage group will replace ads that include former first lady Laura Bush speaking on the topic with a new ad this weekend after Bush said she did not want to be part of its campaign. Bush spokeswoman Anne MacDonald has said that Bush asked to be removed from the campaign after learning that she was being featured. After the coalition released its statement Thursday, MacDonald said Bush would have no further comment. Cheney, whose daughter Mary is gay, said in a speech at the National Press Club in that he supports gay marriage but believes that states, not the federal government, should make the decision.
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The Secret Inner Life of Laura Bush
What follows is a complete transcript of their conversation. Bush, the Republican Party platform is pretty unforgiving on social issues that are important to a lot of American women out there — on choice, for example, and stem cell research and gay rights. Do you see your role as an attempt to close the gender gap for the president? I mean, I think what I can do is talk about him in a very personal way.
Former First Lady Laura Bush made a surprising tack away from two of the most definitive social issues of her husband's presidency this week, telling CNN 's Larry King that she backs gay marriage and abortion rights. I think that we ought to definitely look at it and debate it. I think there are a lot of people who have trouble coming to terms with that because they see marriage as traditionally between a man and a woman, but I also know that when couples are committed to each other and love each other that they ought to have the same sort of rights that everyone has. King then asked her if she thought that the legalization of gay marriage was coming, to which Bush replied, "Yeah, it will come, I think. The former first lady went on to explain her view of abortion rights, which she called "the social issue in that everyone got asked about.