Michael Medved: Custody Case Highlights Artificiality of Same Sex “Marriage”

Michael Medved writes at Townhall: “. . . Aside from the relevant legal arguments, theres an inescapable underlying question concerning the whole dispute: in what sense would a seven year old girl benefit from regular parental contact with an unrelated female now bitterly estranged from her mother? . . . even if the authorities apprehend the run-away mother-daughter pair, it would hardly constitute a joyous development for the seven-year-old to be taken away from the only mom she can remember and placed under the control of an implacable stranger (and her gay advocate lawyers).”