Fischer: Gay Adoption is "Inexcusable" and "Inhumane"
As I have said before, I should probably just change the title of the blog to "Bryan Fischer Watch" since seemingly every other post I write revolves around him saying something outrageously offensive.
Now [Judge Vaughan] Walker says elsewhere, finding of fact #49, I don't know where he gets this opinion or this information, but he says about 18% of same-sex couples in California are raising children.
If you are adopting children into these homes, you are deliberately creating households with a missing mother or a missing father. That is a terrible, terrible, inexcusable, inhumane thing to do to children.
We believe that the mark of a civilized society is how it treats its most vulnerable, weakest, and youngest members and therefore that's why we want children to be raised in a home with a mom and a dad.
It just breaks my heart, I mean it grieves me to the core of my being to think about children being deliberately places in a household where they will never know the love and care of either a father or a mother. I mean, that's heartbreaking to me. It's terrible because you are damaging these children psychologically for life.
We know that there are long-term psychological problems with children that grow up in same-sex households; we know that they're far more inclined to be promiscuous as they emerge into adolescence; we know that they are far more inclined to experiment with same-sex behavior, which is only natural - it's a terrible, terrible, terrible thing to do to children.
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