RNC Chairman Michael Steele doesn't know the meaning of the word "nuanced"
Literally, he doesn't know what it means. He thought it was an insult when an interviewer mentioned that his new position on Medicare seemed nuanced. In fairness, "nuanced" doesn't begin to describe his position. "Batshit crazy" might be a little more accurate.
You can link to the Morning Edition interview on NPR here.
In case you didn't understand Steele's arguments for and/or against Medicare, I've outlined his talking points for you:
1) Medicare is a sacred institution and we can't allow the Democrats to mess it up.
2) Medicare is a total mess and we need to fix it.
3) Medicare just is. It isn't bad or good or indifferent. It just exists. Whoo, I just blew my own mind.
4) Medicare is bad.
5) We must protect Medicare from the Democrats.
6) The government needs to fix Medicare.
7) We absolutely can't let the government touch Medicare.
8) Medicare is very popular. So I love it. Even though it is terrible and I hate it.
9) You can see Russia from parts of Alaska.
10) Death panels.
I hope this has helped.