''My position is: It’s not the reason why I’m running for president of the United States, and I think that two-parent families are best for America... I think that it is important for us to emphasize family values, but I think that it's very imprtant to understand that we have other challenges, too. I’m running for president of the United States because I want to help with family values. And I think that family values are important, when we have two-parent-- families that are of parents that are the traditional family.... I am for the values that two-parent families, the traditional family, represents.... Many of these decisions are made by the states, as we all know.''
Presidential candidate Senator John McCain reiterating his negative view of gay couples to adequately qualify to adopt and raise children, but refusing to be matter-of-fact and say he is against gay adoptions. (ABC News)