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No concern about the rising number of families that realize they no longer need to banish their LGBTQI children in shame.

The “Resolution for Marriage and Children 2013″ states that the institution of marriage “is the solid foundation upon which our society is built and in which children thrive” and states that “marriage is America’s greatest weapon against child poverty no matter what ethnic background individuals are.” The resolution also encourages Republicans to implore “the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the sanctity of marriage in its rulings on California’s Proposition 8 and the Federal Defense of Marriage Act.”

The chief sponsor of the resolution, RNC Resolutions Committee Chairwoman Carolyn McLarty, told the Washington Times in March that despite “increasing acceptance of homosexuality among younger voters, [it] does not mean the GOP will changes its stance on marriage to accommodate others who want to redefine marriage.”

Watch for even more acts of desperation from the Republican National Committee when they realize far too late that their only remainig voting block live in retirement homes.

RNC-Resolution

Originally posted to Angry Gays on Thu Apr 11, 2013 at 03:04 PM PDT.

Also republished by Kossacks for Marriage Equality.

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