"If you put public policy issues to a religious test, you risk becoming a religious party," he said. "And in a free country a political party cannot be viable in the long-term if it is seen as a sectarian party."
"The Bullet" is right. The electorate is growing more averse to limiting the marriage rights of gays and lesbians every year, say the numbers (you know the saying). I just wonder if any of the GOP's current lineup of power players will even listen to the numbers--or to Mr. Schmidt.