Skip to comments.White House Letter: At the Easter egg roll, focus on a family issue
Posted on 04/09/2006 2:38:54 PM PDT by peyton randolph
It had to happen: Washington's culture wars have now reached the Easter Bunny.
Next Monday, some 200 gay families are planning to attend the annual White House Easter Egg Roll to showcase themselves to the nation and President George W. Bush. But some religious conservatives say the families are "crashing" the public event and exploiting children for political ends.
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Why not a bunch of illegal alien families?
LOL. Must be a Log Cabin Republican event.
I think you're on the wrong thread. This one is about gay families. Contrary to popular belief, not every thread is about illegal immigration.
If any of these bozos gain entry, the WH staff ought to confiscate those "rainbow leis" at the gate. No political statements via clothing at a the White House Easter Egg Roll.
Personally, as long as the nation is at war, I think they ought to give those egg roll passes to military families who want to attend.
This is less about parents giving a crap about their adopted children than about politic war against the government and the Bush White House. What kind of parents would you be if you inserted your your children into a political stunt like this? Answer: Bad parents. Bad "Gay" Parents.
I think they should limit it to one parent or guardian with the child. That way families won't be stuck taking their toddlers to a homosexual event just because they take them to the WH Easter Egg Hunt.
Next year, just don't have the event. We can't even do anything together any more because our values are too far apart.
Again, the only question needed to be asked is are you the same or are you different?
Families??? That's some very sick stuff there, calling a diseased bevy of twisted perverts a "family." As if they could beget generations of children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and so on.
It's almost too sick to contemplate, but if they can indeed be called a family, what does a poor, unfortunate adopted "grandchild" of a couple of those sickos call his perverted "grandparents?" Surely not grandma and grandpa. Instead it must be something like grandfaggy1 and grandfaggy2?
I had two grandfathers... Granted they were from two heterosexual sets of grandparents, but I used their last names to differentiate. My kids have the same thing -- one grandfather is "Grandpa" the other is "Granddad."
I'm sure that grandchildren of gay grandparents can come up with similar methods.
At what time in the history of the human race have two homosexuals been able to procreate with each other?
It is physically impossible for gays to have children "of their own" without some third-party assistance.
Oh, c'mon! I'm just joking around. So sensitive, sheesh!
Adoption attorneys don't care if you are both aliens from Mars as long as you have the money and its legal in the state.
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