If someone comes up to over the next few months and asks you what is in the new Republican "Pledge", just tell them,
"We must pass the pledge, so that we can know what is in the pledge."
"I love these people that get up and say "Read the pledge!". What good is reading the pledge when its 12 pages and you don't have 2 days and 2 lawyers to find out what it means after you've read the pledge. They crack me up."
"We don't really read the pledges. Do you know what that would entail if we were to read all the pledges?"
"We have to spend the pledge in order to make the pledge."
"We want to teach morals, and good decisions, and the pledge. Because if they were to get pregnant, I wouldn't want them punished with a Democrat!"
"Every month that we do not have a pledge, 500 million Americans lose their jobs. I don't think we can go fast enough."
"On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes -- and I see many of them in the audience here today -- we must pass this pledge."
"This week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died -- an entire town destroyed. They are having to slow down the recovery process in Kansas because this pledge hasn't been passed."
If the media, whose job it is to critique and fact-check all statements by everyone in political power, took these statements at face-value and ran with them, then having us utter similar statements should engender the same results. Right?