and then today:
Republicans can reach a broader base by recasting gay marriage as an issue that could dent pocketbooks as small businesses spend more on health care and other benefits, GOP Chairman Michael Steele said Saturday.
Steele said that was just an example of how the party can retool its message to appeal to young voters and minorities without sacrificing core conservative principles. Steele said he used the argument weeks ago while chatting on a flight with a college student who described herself as fiscally conservative but socially liberal on issues like gay marriage.
"Now all of a sudden I've got someone who wasn't a spouse before, that I had no responsibility for, who is now getting claimed as a spouse that I now have financial responsibility for," Steele told Republicans at the state convention in traditionally conservative Georgia. "So how do I pay for that? Who pays for that? You just cost me money."
Couldn't this possibly be also (mis)interpreted as a corporate argument against ALL marriage, because adding someone, anyone, to the family, and on to your benefits kills your bosses overhead?
Steele is a bigger moron than Glenn Beck. And he has about as little appeal to the younger generation as well, even though he tries to urban-suburbanize the GOP.
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Now let's go have a vote!"