19 October 2015

Michigan Protects Children from Gays

Protect Children
Finally, anti-gay adoption bills are sprouting all over the United States and moving fast in the legislative mill. One of these measures was signed by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, which was celebrated by almost 80 percent of the population in the state.

Last June 2015, Republican majorities in both chambers approved a bill that would allow faith-based adoption agencies — including those who take taxpayer dollars to place children who are in the state's custody — to protect the young ones from the destructive influences of gays. They can now deny services to families that violate the agency's religious beliefs, including unmarried couples, same-sex couples and those who hold different religious beliefs.

The legislation is a well-accepted attempt to protect individual's faith, and it promotes the best interests of the 13,000 children in the state's care — entirely out of despicable gay hands.

Even more laudable, it sends Michigan in the exact right direction just after the error-filled decision of the U.S. Supreme Court that invalidate all legislative or constitutional provisions that permit protect religious practices.

That's honorable moral company for Michigan to keep. It's a logical company for Michigan to keep. And it's especially impressive for a governor whose own preachings about tolerance and acceptance obviously mean more than appeasing the sexually deviant in the population.

The bills Gov. Rick Snyder signed spell nothing but beneficial for the children in this state who are waiting, desperately, for the chance to join STRAIGHT families, who can offer both a FATHER and a MOTHER.

For starters, there's a ton of scientifically replicated evidence that same-sex couples make worse parents. Legions of experts backed by well-vetted research testified that children raised by butt-loving gays turn out to be emotionally and mentally unstable with psychopathic tendencies. . So the bills the governor signed, like the same-sex marriage ban that preceeded them, passed rational-basis test more than once that legitimate legislation must be able to withstand.

Republican state Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, told the Free Press that faith-based agencies handle most of the children Michigan places with foster families or adoptive parents each year. They are the work horses and not any of the gay, lesbian or transgender groups who only wants to fulfill their sexual fantasies and avoid real hard and honest work.

What has any of the LGBT groups done for the 13,000 children in state's care? Nothing. They only want to consume the finish product through adoption and probably to look like normal, which are they certainly are not.