Mitt Romney, as governor of Massachusetts, was opposed to gay parents

He may support gay Boy Scouts but Mitt Romney isn't exactly bearing the LGBTQ torch just yet. Comments the GOP presidential candidate made as Massachusetts governor are going viral today as angry Internet users respond to a report he told conservative voters in 2005: "Some gays are actually having children born to them. It's not right on paper. It's not right in fact.

Every child has a right to a mother and father.'' The controversial remarks came shortly after he'd refused to revise birth certificate forms in lieu of the state supreme court's decision to legalize gay marriage.

Probably not the best appeal to gay voters, though it won't dissuade the guy with the Romney tattoo on his face. [Source]

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