This is absolutely amanzing. From WND :
SACRAMENTO Facing a $42 billion deficit and a state debt that grows by $28,000 every minute, California has managed to find enough room in its budget to sponsor an elaborate statewide campaign to promote homosexual adoption.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation has partnered with the California Department of Social Services  and the Los Angeles County to promote a "Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Family" campaign that invites homosexuals, bisexuals and transsexuals to adopt children.
Well, I guess they wanted to make sure they covered ALL the ground possible...(wouldn't want the "bisexuals" and "transsexuals" (??) to feel left out.
Of course, decisions like that might have something to do with decisions like this:
In April 2007, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed John Wagner  as director of the Department of Social Services . Wagner is openly "gay" and is an advisory member of the Human Rights Campaign .
It's stories like this that will tell you if there really are any taxpayers left in California, (which, given that states grovelling for a federal bailout, one has to wonder).
And if there are any left, what kind are they? Are they the kind that believes in anything closely resembling responsibility with taxdollars? Do they have a view of government and its role that would make them rise up and rebel against stuff like this? Are they the kind of taxpayers that would realize that it's this type of government spending that puts their state government in hock?
The way things are however, I have to say I doubt it. I think most of those taxpayers have moved to other states.