Yesterday, I told you HERE about the Georgia Republican chairwoman’s theory that some so-called gay marriages might just be schemes to gain certain tax breaks and health-care benefits.
Steve Benen says HERE that such schemes can apply as well to marriages of the heterosexual variety:
[W]hat really gets me about Sue Everhart’s argument is its broader applicability.
As she sees it, two consenting adults could marry in order to expand access to health care benefits. This could happen, she says, even if you’re “straight as an arrow, and you may have a friend that is as straight as an arrow.”...