The AP reports that:
NEW YORK (AP) -- Conservative leaders voiced dismay Wednesday at news that Mary Cheney, the lesbian daughter of Dick Cheney, is pregnant, while a gay-rights group said the vice president faces "a lifetime of sleepless nights" for serving in an administration that has opposed recognition of same-sex couples.
Note they use the term "same-sex couples" a valid distinction from the issue of gay marriage.
So what does President Bush have to say about "same-sex couples"?
According to the AP from Oct, 2004 (right before the Presidential election):
WASHINGTON - Some conservative groups expressed dismay Tuesday over President Bush’s tolerance of state-sanctioned civil unions between gay people — laws that would grant same-sex partners most or all the rights available to married couples.
So which is it AP? Is President Bush tolerant of "same-sex partners" or did he "oppose recognition of same-sex couples".
Or is it both depending on whether the AP wants to cause republican dissension right before a presidential election or just make him look intolerant when there is no imminent election?