Knowing you are "chosen" through adoption doesn't erase the reality that someone left you behind. I never want my children to feel like there are limits and conditions on the love they receive.
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Although they are providing a state-funded service in the public sphere, they are looking to be able to pick and choose who they provide that service to based on their religious dogma, not state law.
The church certainly has the right as a private institution to believe what they want and to act accordingly. However, they simply do not have the right to bring that discrimination into the public sphere.
Let's cut the bull. The issue is not Mercy James, the four year old Malawian orphan girl who Madonna wants to adopt. The issue is Madonna.
The unstated reason that certain people are upset about Madonna's adoption is the archaic notion that a white person is culturally clueless when it comes to raising a black child.
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