Former United States Senator Rick Santorum recently argued in Iowa City that economically speaking, children that are raised by 2-parent families have more economic opportunities than children raised by a single parent, unless the 2-parents are gay.
Santorum achieved the rare double-double of parenting politics by offending both single parents and gay parents in one speech. He apparently took the same statistics class as U.S. Senator from Arizona Jon Kyl.
Does Santorum really think that same-sex couples aren’t as economically viable as heterosexual couples? Economically? Being gay makes a difference economically??? If men are still statistically paid more than women for the same work, wouldn’t this statistically be an advantage for a child of a same-sex male couple?
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