What Does Paul Ryan (R-WI) Believe is Best For Children?


What does Paul Ryan really believe is best for children?

Pro-family Organization Calls on Congressman Ryan to Clarify His Beliefs

MADISON — Wisconsin Family Action sent a letter to Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) Friday inviting him to clarify what he believes regarding the best interest of children.

The letter is in response to Ryan’s recent comments indicating that he would now vote to allow same-sex couples to adopt children. Wisconsin Family Action has asked the Congressman whether his own family experience and the overwhelming body of research on this subject is what he believes or if he has fallen prey to political pressure and “political correctness.”

Image“Having a mom and a dad is what is best for children. Congressman Ryan has had a good track record of doing what is in the best interest of children, so we hope he will eliminate any confusion regarding his beliefs about this,” said Wisconsin Family Action President Julaine Appling. “His recent comments indicating that he would now vote to allow same-sex couples to adopt seem out of synch with his own experience, his stated values and votes, as well as the abundance of research we are sure he knows about. We want to give him the opportunity to set the record straight on what he really believes about what children need.”



4 comments on “What Does Paul Ryan (R-WI) Believe is Best For Children?

  1. Betty Huschen says:

    The role of mother and father is what the ideal family is. Today there are so many broken families that what an awful lot of children today need is love and security. I think Paul Ryan has seen that. He is a good father and if he could pick he would say a mother and father is Gods way.

  2. Dan Stertz says:

    The Republican Party has already shown it’s willingness to bow to the homosexual lobby in order to try to win the White House. It would not be surprising to learn Rep. Ryan has been told his chances of being a nominee depend upon compromising to satisfy the homosexual lobby. I would rather stand with a “principled” leader than with someone who compromises on such important values as the family & homosexuality.

  3. Darryl Victoreen says:

    I would be very surprised if Mr. Ryan had actually changed his position on core principles, however, on the other hand the Republican Party has dropped the ball and compromised on values so much that I won’t even give them the time of day when they call. I will continue to support conservative individuals on a per case basis but with the short finances I have to work with I want to make them count. Unlike Ross Perot who did more to split the vote on the conservative side of the fence and help us lose an election I believe that the “Tea Party” may actually have a good chance to get a grass roots effort started and bring real taxpaying Americans back together again,the ones that don’t expect the government to give them a “free” lunch. Obama and socialism MUST be defeated! But I don’t think that the Republican Party can nor do they have the intestinal fortitude to do it. It has been said that it is easier for evil to drag the good down than to accomplish the opposite. Look what we have in the White House and people don’t seem to care. They will care after they awake from their slumber and find that it’s too late. History is about to repeat itself. The average free society has an average life span of about 200 years. I just feel sorry for my grandchildren. They will never know what a great country this used to be.

  4. Robert says:

    Previously, Ryan has also indicated that he would favor ENDA minus the transgender category.

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