Do you really think twisting his statement to make the question 'all children' isn't obviously a ridiculous extreme?<quoted text>
Do you really believe that all children raised by their biological parents fair better than all children raised by someone else?
I've worked for many years in the field of social work. And I've got to tell you, that simply isn't the case.
Two parents who are physically/emotionally abusive to their children and who have serious drug/alcohol problems DO NOT do better than children raised in a loving, stable, supportive household headed by non-biological parents--regardless of the parent's orientation.
The key to raising successful children has less to do with the biological connection to the parents and more to do with the skills of the parents.
It's not "who" raises the kids, but "how" the kids are raised.
That is the case 100% of the time.
It hardly takes an advanced degree to know this is true.
It simply exposes your inability to provide a reasoned defense.
The fact is, biological parents are by far the best option most often.
Your claim that 'how' is best has already been disproved. Adoptive parents spend more time and attention than typical biological parents, yet the child outcome still remains severely diminished.
Like I have said many times, a social worker making the obviously silly claim of 100% success only shows the ignorant bigotry of a gay 'social worker'.
A real parent knows that no matter how good a parent is, the child holds the ultimate key.
You fail in so many ways once again VV...