Sunday, May 15, 2016

Would Only A White Male Tell Us that Trump's Personal Life is Irrelevant?

"But I also think there are things from many years ago and I think that, you know, as Christians, judging each other I think is -- is problematic. I think it's when people live in glass houses and throw stones is when people get in trouble."

 Reince Priebus thinks we should ignore Trump's attitudes about women. Obviously he has not lived with sexist bosses, misogynist neighbors, living with 24/7 possibility of sexual assault, an unwanted pregnancy when the man goes free, and the list goes on. He has not been affected by lawmakers who continue to ignore the well-being of women.

What Trump thinks of women has everything to do with whether or not he is qualified to be President. Does Priebus's "glass houses" statement mean that he thinks that Trump's ideas about women should be the norm for men? Maybe so, given the laws Republicans have supported in the past few decades.