PA Governor Supports Liquor Reform So Women Can Make Dinner Faster
Governor Tom Corbett, likely believing he was doing his part to help the Republican Party appeal to women, said one good reason for the state’s liquor reform law is that it would allow women to pick up liquor faster so they could get home and make dinner. You see, in Pennsylvania, you can buy liquor only from state-owned stores. By making wine and beer more easy to purchase, the little lady can have dinner on the table in a jiffy.
“I think a lot of people want to be able to walk into a grocery store, particularly, a lot of the women, want to go and buy a bottle of wine for dinner, go down, buy a 6 pack or two 6 packs, buy dinner and go home rather than what I described as 3 stops in Pennsylvania.”
The clip, from an episode of The Sam Lesante Show in late July, was posted to YouTube Tuesday by Fresh Start PA, a Democratic political PAC working to elect Tom Wolf and other Dem candidates this year. The Lesante Show is a Hazleton program from the almost eponymous Sam-Son Productions.