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Political positions of Jeb Bush
Jeb Bush Changes Gay Marriage Position Once Again & He Better Make Up His Mind Soon
The exchange is raw, personal and angry: Xavier Cortada, a gay friend of Jeb Bush, then the governor of Florida, sent him an email on March 3, , with a plea. Cortada, an artist, was alarmed that Mr. Bush, was proposing to amend the Constitution to outlaw same-sex marriage — and was unsettled that the governor backed the idea. Cortada wrote to Mr. Could they discuss this further, Mr. Cortada asked? The letter is one of dozens at the heart of a new e-book by Mr.
Jeb Bush Met Ludacris Today. Oh, And Said Same-Sex Marriage Could Make People Unemployed.
Likely Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush today ran into rapper Ludacris today, and said some not nice things about same-sex marriage and religion. Presidents and grandson to a U. He knows his stuff. Today, looking somewhat nervous, awkward, and unkempt , Jeb Bush delivered a short speech to the Georgia legislature. On the way in, he met rapper and actor Ludacris, who was being honored for his charity and work advocating for school vouchers.
Just a few months ago, a member of the Bush clan was labeled the "gay-friendly" candidate for the Republican Party. But Jeb Bush has changed his gay marriage position once again, saying in a Sunday interview on the Christian Broadcasting Network's The Brody File that he didn't believe same-sex marriage was a constitutional right. Bush has yet to officially announce his bid for the White House, but he'll have to take on a more hard-lined position on the issue of gay marriage — and end his flip-flopping run — if the soon-to-be Republican presidential candidate wants to nab a victory. In January, Bush said marriage equality should be a state's decision , but when host David Brody on Sunday asked him about whether same-sex marriage should be a constitutional right, the former Florida governor confronted the question headfirst and explicitly said no.