It's a trend that's been creeping along for decades, but in the 2010 census, married couples represent 48 percent of all households. That's down from 52 percent in the last census and, for the first time in U.S. history, puts households led by married couples in the minority.
Sorry Tim, you are not only a big bore, but you are a bigot too. You know damn good and well that marriage is in trouble and it isn't loving gay and lesbian couples who are threatening it. But going after what really ails the institution would be political suicide. Everyone knows you have to be a bona-fide homo-hater and sanctimonious fraud to get past those "good" Christian voters in Iowa. It truly is a sad state of affairs when coming up with real solutions to solve real problems just doesn't cut it with primary voters who need a steady diet of divisive social policies that solve nothing but hurt so many, but that is today's Republican party.
Update: Via TPC, Minnesotans don't want Tim Pawlenty or Michelle Bachmann to run. Now that's the Minnesota I know and love. And just askin - what does that tell you about these two candidates when their own home state is just not that into them?