• Paul Ryan Gay Adoption Bolsters New Conservative Agenda

    June 16, 2013 8:01 pm 1 comment
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  • Janesville, Wisconsin – With dress sleeves neatly rolled back, revealing tanned, muscular arms earned by hours of faithful devotion to one’s body, Paul Ryan high-fived a gay parent who came to this morning’s Republican Town Hall meeting in Janesville, Wisconsin.

    Paul Ryan came out today, in support of gay adoption. For years liberals have manipulated the media to make it seem the true progressive party of America, Republican, would never support a child have two mothers or two fathers.

    Today’s admission of homosexual equality by Paul Ryan will put an end to all such nonsense.

    During the town hall event, Paul spoke for all us conservatives in revealing we have officially changed out position on gay couples adopting children. As documented by WKOW television:

    “I do believe that if there are children who are orphans who do not have a loving person or couple, I think if a person wants to love and raise a child they ought to be able to do that. Period. I would vote that way.”

    Paul Ryan made it clear he still believes marriage should be between a man and a woman. Without the union of a man and a woman, there could be no children to begin with, could there? But once a child is born into this Earth, it does need a loving person to love it and guide it through life.

    With so many children without a good or loving parent in their life, it is only logical that gay adoptions be allowed to take place. Paul Ryan’s open stance on the issue is a part of our New Conservative Agenda on the subject.

    Modern Republicans like us do not shy away from the tough issues: we know there is much work to be done in patching up our relationship with the gay community, and this is our first step toward that end.

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