Monday, February 27, 2006

Adopting Orphans? Not on My Watch!

In Ohio, they're drafting legislation to prevent gay parents from adopting children. It's about time. I mean, it's way better to have a child raised in a violent household, a series of foster homes, or living on the streets than to have two men or two women with the means to raise a child who very much want a child of their own raising that child in a loving and supportive environment. Duh.

But some ass-fucking terrorist hugger has to go and suggest this:

State Senator Robert Hagan (D-Ohio) says he will introduce legislation to ban Republican couples from adopting children. According to Hagan, "credible research'' shows that adopted children raised in GOP households are more at risk for developing "emotional problems, social stigmas, inflated egos, and alarming lack of tolerance for others they deem different than themselves and an air of overconfidence to mask their insecurities." Hagan agrees there is no scientific evidence backing his claims about Republican parents -- just, as Hagan notes, there is none backing State Representative Ron Hood's (R) bill banning gay parents from adopting. Hood claims children purportedly suffer from emotional "harm" when they are adopted by gay couples. Hagen admits he created his proposal to mock Hood's proposed ban on gay adoption in a way that people would see the "blatantly discriminatory and extremely divisive" nature of the bill. The GOP House leadership does not support Hood's proposal.
Can you believe that guy? Where does he get the balls to suggest that conservatives wouldn’t make good parents? They blindly love the president right or wrong. They know that every darkish-skinned person is plotting to destroy our freedom. And to top it all off, they probably have a number of guns in the household to protect their family and if necessary to pop a few caps in the terrorists living in the Heartland. In other words, they are true Americans.

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