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GOP Rep. Paul Ryan reportedly has changed his views and now says he believes gay couples should be able to adopt children.
Asked at a town-hall-style meeting Monday in Wisconsin about the issue, Ryan said he would "vote differently these days" and still opposes gay marriage. In 1999, the congressman voted in favor of banning same-sex couples in the District of Columbia from adopting.
"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," Ryan says, according to video posted on the liberal Think Progress website....
This is just one example of why you cannot trust or support the democraps and republicrats. America needs a new party . One that won't compromise and stand up for the people instead of standing with whoever greases their pockets.
this has been my concern with the mindset of collectivism, verses Cohn and bll f rhgts (indl rhgts).... was my concern during the election and the putting forth of candidates such as above that represent the party and have a few key socially conservative talking points -- its about "moral majority" not right v wrong.... when the majority is lost their opinions will have to automatically change.
I do see that we have returned to a kind of roman collectivist mentality... give homage to the gods of the state and you will do well.... Christians are "atheists" when they refuse this homage....
as for giving.... all our wealth put together could not give competition to the money of the bankers and the oil barrons and the poppy producers and the lithium manufacturers! remember corporatios are "people" but "people" are no longer "individuals"!
philanthropy 101 wrote: When the likes of homosexual billionaire Tim Gill sends your campaign a political contribution there are stings attached. Gill is willing to spend himself into poverty to make same sex marriage a reality in our day. What are Christians willing to give up to match his level of charitable giving?
Political contributions are charitable?
Billionaire sends a donation. I wonder if his accountant will notice? Considering that a fundamental characteristic in homosexual world is concern with self, he isn't likely to spend himself into poverty for any reason.
When the likes of homosexual billionaire Tim Gill sends your campaign a political contribution there are stings attached. Gill is willing to spend himself into poverty to make same sex marriage a reality in our day.
What are Christians willing to give up to match his level of charitable giving?
You lost the election...why are you trying to appease the left now? You (Ryan) still oppose gay marriage but feel it ok if perverts raise children? This is why the Republican party is becoming irrelevant.