Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Department of Social Services
State Board of Social Services
Minimum Standards for Licensed Private Child-Placing Agencies [22 VAC 40 ‑ 131]
Action Adopt new standards for licensed private child-placing agencies.
Stage Proposed
Comment Period Ended on 4/1/2011
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4/1/11  7:07 pm
Commenter: Cynthia C. Moyers

Prejudices against families of faith

I think it is ridiculous that the needs of the children are being put behind the needs of homosexual couples.   If this is used to discriminate against Christians, you will see so many children who do not end up in a loving, safe home and i think it is very irresponsible of the state to put political correctness before the kids needs.   As far as i know, this is still America and we are allowed to speak up for what we believe in.   The way things are looking, i truly wonder how long we will called America after this.   It is just common sense that a child needs something unique from both the father and the mother.   The breakdown of the family is indeed a huge problem.  If you change the definition of marriage, you will see more confused, mixed-up children than ever.  It is mind boggling to me the amount of kids who commmit suicide.   Believe you me, if this passes, you will find that it becomes much worse.  Mark my words.  I do not believe that unmarried couples should even be allowed to adopt.  Children need a secure home life, especially these orphans who do not know who to trust.    It is just wrong to pass this.    What next?   Do we not even bother to investigate the adoptive homosexual couple for fear of not being politically correct.   It is a very sad thing that PC is more important than the welfare of these children.  I guess for the ones doing this, it is all about money.   

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