A Democratic judicial Candidate asked that question rhetorically after her husband of 17 years was outed as a white supremacist.
Maybe I am missing something, but how could you stay married to someone like that as a human being, let alone as a human being who is tasked with being an impartial judge in your community?
Here's the story posted over at Talking Points Memo:
Husband Of Connecticut Judicial Candidate: 'I Am Pro-White'http://talkingpointsmemo.com/...
A Democratic candidate for a judicial seat in Plainfield, Conn. was forced to answer questions about her husband this week after a watchdog group exposed his ties to the white supremacist movement.[...]
"He did not have those views when we married, but acquired them after," Zubkova told the paper. "What am I supposed to do? Divorce him? It’s not unusual for husbands and wives to have different views."
In response to being "outed" by the media, Zubkova's husband, Rob Freeman, wrote a post on Friday that welcomed visitors to his site.
"I am pro-white, because so much out there is anti-white," Freeman wrote. "I am defending that part of my identity that is being attacked. I am not attacking other races, I am defending my own, and I welcome all sincere allies — Black, Hispanic, Jewish, Asian, Muslim, Arab, Persian. If I missed anyone, chime in."
Freeman was exposed by One People's Project, a watchdog organization that tracks hate groups.
"He was one of 300 neo-Nazis attending a rally in Pennsylvania and, before that, was at some anti-hate forums in Massachusetts," One People's Project founder Daryle Jenkins told the Bulletin. "So we looked him up and created a bio of him."[...]