Marc Dann isn't a threat to young women. We're a threat to him.
As calls for Attorney General Marc Dann’s resignation grew to a roar yesterday, “The Sound of Ideas” on 90.3 WCPN weighed in on the age-old subject of philandering politicians. I listened, only half-heartedly, as the experts debated whether cheating on their wives was a trait inevitably written into pols’ DNA (yes), and if anything could be done to stop it (not sure).
But when Plain Dealer columnist Connie Schultz added her two cents
about the impact of Pajamagate on women, I nearly had to pull over to keep from gagging. Schultz fretted that if Dann did not resign, she and other parents would never encourage their bright, young daughters to work in his office. And that, in turn, “means over time, the ranks will thin of young, idealistic, smart women working in the Attorney General’s office.”