Mitt Romney: “Blah blah blah nothing but respect and feelings of tolerance for teh gay blah blah blah one of my bestest friends I mean cabinet members was gay blah blah blah I oppose discrimination against gay people blah blah blah I am not anti-gay blah blah blah but I oppose gay marriage because it’s not in the best interest of children.”
What about teh gays who promise swear on a stack cross their hearts hope to die stick a needle in their eye not to have any children? Can they get married? Or is it a “the best interests of every kid in America will be undermined if two doodz in Kalamazoo get hitched” kind of thing? In which case, can you elucidate, with facts if you please, on how your children’s best interests have been subverted by legalized gay marriage in their home state of Massachusetts?
Hey, Mitt—one other thing. Know what’s really not in the best interest of children, like in a genuine actual demonstrable proven type way as opposed to the fake politricksy imaginary bullshit type way of the mendacious codswallop you’re serving up?
Poverty. Very low food security (formerly known as hunger). Homelessness. War. Disease (especially with no healthcare). Poor education. Parents who have to work long hours just to pay the bills. A culture of lies.
Those are just off the top of my head. There are more.
Something on which to ruminate, though, as you cross the nation talking about what’s in the best interests of children and hawking the Republican platform.