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We’ll give you hint…eh, no we won’t, find out after the jump Ol’ George “Dubya” Bush isn’t going to be pleased about his daughter supporting gay marriage after he did so much during his term to ban it.

One of former President George W. Bush’s twin daughters became the latest in a line of younger-generation Republicans to throw her support behind gay marriage in a surprise statement released on Monday night.

In a video cut for New Yorkers for Marriage Equality, a project of the Human Rights Campaign, former first daughter Barbara Bush fully endorses a campaign to promote marriage equality.

“I am Barbara Bush, and I am a New Yorker for marriage equality,” she says in the video. “New York is about fairness and equality. And everyone should have the right to marry the person that they love.”

During his presidency, Bush pushed a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage and has repeatedly stated his belief that marriage should be defined as between a man and a woman.

But many in the Bush circle have been breaking rank. Barbara first publicly hinted at her position when she attended a Sept. fundraiser for the American Foundation for Equal Rights, the organization that led the court case to overturn Prop. 8 in California. The co-chair of that event was former Republican National Committee chair Ken Mehlman, who came out as gay in August and said he would be fighting for marriage equality.

Bush’s mother, Laura, has also implied that she supports same-sex marriage, saying in May, “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.”

Damn son, so your wife AND your daughter ain’t f**ckin with you! How the hell did America let you get 2 terms?? Whatever…




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