"First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage," the presidential hopeful told a crowd of about 175 people gathered at a private club.
Then trying once again to link marriage (the only issue he thinks he leads on) to education he said that:
student success is closely tied to married couples getting involved in their children's education.
Finally, he got something right. Married couples getting involved in their children's education is a good thing, that's why Massachusetts is one of the states that leads in education, has low divorce rates AND has EQUAL MARRIAGE.
I have a friend who used to teach in Massachusetts and moved to North Carolina for the warmer weather. She was shocked by how few families were involved in their child's education. It was a sharp contrast to Massachusetts where the families, gay and straight, are heavily involved in their child's education.
Mitt, maybe you should bring same sex marriages to the south like you did in Massachusetts to improve it's educational system and lower its divorce rate.