Posted by bistiza on 7/15/2013 3:01:00 PM (view original):
There have been NO definative unrefutable studies showing kids of gay couples being worse off then those from hetero couples.
The homosexual agenda will always dispute any study that shows homosexual couples are worse parents no matter what. Denial ain't just a river in Egypt.
that countries and or states that allow gay marriage are happier then those who dont.
That would be an interesting study, and I think it would show people are NOT as happy in those countries, mostly because the people who don't agree with SSM's being unhappy negates any happiness felt by those who are happier for it, and the overall tension is the only tiebreaker, and as most tension does, it brings happiness down.
You think it's funny that "greeny" has put together a better argument in two or three posts than you and several others could in at least ten times the number of posts?
LOL @ greeny for arguing with biz.
Yeah, come to think of it, that is rather amusing. This guy has shown up the combined "powers" of several of you, including tec and BL, and all within a few simple posts. That's hilarious.
Just like the anti-SSM agenda will dispute studies in favor of it. Kind of a stale mate here.
Well, I am doing a bit of studying on it, just to see if my accertation is right. And here are my findings. From the OECDs better life index. (I think it pretty accurately estimates happiness) here is the rankings from 1 to 10 and if they allow SSM or not:
1. Australia: does not yet, but the new PM is openly for allowing it, and is reportedly fighting for it...
2. Sweden fully allowed
3. Canada fully allowed
4. Norway fully allowed
5. Switzerland does not, but recognizes people who move there who are SSM
6. USA roughly half of the population of the states live in states that allow SSM.
7. Denmark fully allowed
8. Netherlands fully allowed
9. Iceland fully allowed
10. UK complicated, but basically allowed after jumping through some hoops, but is very likely to be fully allowed by 2015.
Interesting, all but 2 of the 10 either fully allow it, or a significant portion of their population can have SSM if they choose. I fully expect most anti-SSMers to call BS on this, but I am satisfied with the result.