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06/05/2006

Video: Bush records discriminatory push for posterity's sake

by Jeremy Hooper

Missed some of Bush's anti-gay marriage comments? Didn't quite hear all of the smug applause from "pro-family" types whenever the prez tried to explain why, exactly, he's so dead set on preventing your humble scribe from registering for that gorgeous Williams-Sonoma waffle iron?

Well fret not, kiddies, as CNN caught every second, and we caught CNN:

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Now if you'll excuse us, we must go talk our TV out of moving to Canada. It just finds it so mean-spirited, the video it just captured.

Bush, senators renew fight against gay marriage [AP via CNN]

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