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Old 01-21-2013, 10:28 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by KILLER_CLOWN View Post
Also, a child with a strong support system at home in the form of gay parents has a MUCH better chance at getting through the tough times that come during childhood and adolescence than a child that comes from a broken home or even a home with emotionally distant or inattentive parents.

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It's an example for crying out loud. You like to pose questions as if you are privy to knowledge that no one else is aware of so that you can say "look the whole argument had no ground to stand on!" It is a stupid question that suggests I am implying there are no bad gay parents. But I am sure you are thinking "oh I got this one!" By your idiotic logic I am also suggesting there are no good straight parents.

If you switched the good parents to heterosexuals and bad parents to gay parents the example would still be the same result for the child because it's true. A loving home, regardless of the parents sexual orientation is better than a broken or inattentive home. That is what the example I gave says and it really isn't all that hard to figure out. I use it to illustrate a point and stop any potential idiots from saying a home is bad because of the parents sexuality instead of it being bad because of poor parenting skills.
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