Pres. Washington would have been confused as to how completely messed up the Constitution had become, and would have started another Revolution (or at least told us all where to stick it and left for somewhere else). History buff here, trying to view Washington through non-rose-tinted glasses. He was a statesman, but he was a human like the rest of us. He controlled some 300 slaves at the time of his death (but was against the institution), and on 10th March 1778 held a court martial to remove a man from the Continental Army on charges of sodomy. Not simply for in-service, but as an extension of the social standards of the times. Essentially, since it was 2oo-some years ago, Washington would have said to Obama something along the lines of - "Get the hell out of my country!" Still, he WAS the best we had at the time, disregarding any 'best US President' lists.
Pres. Lincoln was known for using the Bible for his oratory, but this may have been to appeal to 'the masses'. He actually believed something closer to Unitarianism - everyone's going to Heaven, not Hell, unless you screw up ROYALLY. Some people have tried to claim (and write entire books) on the supposed homosexuality/bisexuality/asexuality of Lincoln, but much of the cases used are societal norms, not deviancies. Having close male friends but few female ones prevents affairs, for example. Middle- and upper-class couples sleeping in separate bedrooms was also not unusual (watch an old sitcom, marriaed couples each have their own twin bed - same idea). However, he WOULD have been on the more forgiving side of the nation's spectrum at the time, in regards to sexuality.
TL:DR, Washington would not approve of us in general, Lincoln would 'hate the sin, love the sinner' - pretty normal way to do it. Both would say bullying is wrong, though.