Congressman Paul Ryan led a town hall meeting in Janesville, Wisconsin last night, answering a number of questions about the economy, the sequester and other budgetary issues.
But while the former Vice Presidential candidate expectantly blamed President Obama and the Democratic-controlled Senate for most of the country's economic woes, he surprised many with his response to a question about gay adoption.
"I do believe that if there are children who are orphans who do not have a loving person or couple, I think if a person wants to love and raise a child they ought to be able to do that. Period. I would vote that way," Ryan said.