The Washington Post sent this out because “democracy dies in darkness.”
Mike Pence bought a Valentine's Day gift for his wife at . . . CVS https://t.co/l2XBOL1oe9
— Post Local (@postlocal) February 15, 2018
It was written by WaPo writer Emily Heil.
It seems that Ms. Heil is an unmarried woman in her early 40’s. This article explains why.
I admit that I am no marriage expert, but after 10 years, I have learned a thing or two.
If you gauge the quality of your marriage by the cost of the gift your spouse buys you on a totally made up holiday, your marriage isn’t on firm ground to begin with.
A couple that really loves each other and does well together isn’t shaken by a CVS gift.
VP Mike Pence has been married to his wife since 1985. After 33 years, I’m sure whatever he gets her after a long day of work and a national tragedy, is fine.
That Ms. Heil thinks this is newsworthy or embarrassing is likely a strong indicator of why she probably goes home to a bottle of wine and a couple of cats every night.