So here's my suggestion: Anyone who applies to be a foster parent must say whether he or she plans to kill the child. Anyone who answers yes would be barred from serving as a foster parent.
Under the Texas House bill, anyone who applies to be a foster parent or a foster parent whose performance is being evaluated must say whether he or she is homosexual or bisexual. Anyone who answers yes would be barred from serving as a foster parent. If the person is already a foster parent, the child would be removed from the home.
The bill to overhaul the system follows recent child slayings that occurred after caseworkers investigated suspicions of neglect or abuse and decided the children were safe to remain with their parents.
That will solve the child-killing problem, so we can turn our attention to other matters, such as what to do with the 2000+ kids who are going to be kicked out of (or barred from entering) loving homes. I figure they should live with the Representatives who voted for the amendment. After all, what better way can there be to protect kids from fags and dykes than to move them in with the morally upstanding members of the Texas Lege?