Laura Bush asks group to remove clip of her in same-sex marriage ad

Former First Lady Laura Bush isn’t happy with the Respect for Marriage Coalition and is speaking out against them after they used a clip of her in an ad without her permission.
Oklahoman Published: February 21, 2013

Former First Lady Laura Bush isn’t happy with the Respect for Marriage Coalition and is speaking out against them after they used a clip of her in an ad without her permission.



The Daily Mail reports that the clip came from a 2010 interview on CNN’s Larry King Live. In the clip, Bush said, “When couples are committed they ought to have, I think, the same rights that everyone has.”

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell and former Vice President Dick Cheney are also featured in the advertisement.

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