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John McCain’s daughter: ‘Being a Republican who supports gay marriage is a b*tch’

Amy Ashenden March 19, 2013

Meghan McCain, the daughter of former presidential candidate John McCain, says that “being a Republican who supports gay marriage is a b*tch.”

Yesterday, her father refused to back down on his anti-gay marriage stance, and has previously compared same-sex families to abortions.

Speaking at an event hosted by young conservatives from the pro-equal marriage group, Freedom to Marry, in Washington last night, Meghan McCain expressed the difficulty of being a pro-gay marriage Republican.

The blogger also tweeted that she was “excited” to be involved with the talk, and said it is a “cause close to my heart.”

She was joined by Margaret Hoover, a Republican LGBT rights activist. Hoover said: “we want a Republican Party where Rob Portman and [Rand] Paul and Marco Rubio all are in the same room. And that’s code for ‘freedom to marry’ gets a seat at the table,” she said. “So there really is a new movement, a new day, for the conservative movement, for the Republican Party. It’s all starting now. The timing is perfect.”

Hoover also suggested that she hopes to see a future where conservatives took on other LGBT rights issues, including the Violence Against Women Act

More: equal marriage, Freedom to Marry, gay equality, gay marriage, Gay rights, gay weddings, John McCain, marriage, marriage equality, Meghan McCain, Republican Party, Republicans, same sex marriage, same sex weddings, Senator McCain, US

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