Bil Browning

A rightwinger finally answers the question

Filed By Bil Browning | July 22, 2008 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: Focus on the Family, gay marriage, gay parents, Glenn Stanton, parental abuse, same-sex marriage


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For those of us always wanting an answer to the "How does my family hurt your family?", Focus on the Family's Glenn Stanton is ready to answer. Why do single parents hate diversity? My God, these wingnuts are idiots.


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Stanton's argument is nothing more than an exceedingly long-winded regurgitation of "natural law" blather.

Stanton claims that "every male same-sex family says that all women are not needed for the family" and "lesbian family says that all the men here are not needed for the family."

No, Glenn. We're not saying that. We're saying that's the way it is for *our* families. Not yours.

Absolutely.

The next time any of you hear someone spouting this drivel in person, please tell them that if having BOTH a mom and a dad are TRULY as important as they're trying to claim that it is, then they'd better also be pushing just as hard to have all single-parent households outlawed as they are pushing to have same-sex marriage outlawed. Otherwise, they're being complete and utter hypocrites. Period.

And for that matter, if any person ever to use those arguments has ever gotten divorced when there have been children involved, then they are hypocrites, too.

Oh, thanks Bill. So I needed to watch this crackpot do the non sequitur two-step? He explained that "some people out there in our nation don't have maps and, uh, and I believe that our education like, uh, such as in South Africa and, uh, The Iraq . . . "

Hey - it's the best thing they've got.

I'll bet he shuffles his feet in the mens room.Lol Amy

JWSwift,
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