In the wake of his party's devastating losses, Harry Reid said the American people "want us to work together". And Glenn agreed with him. But it wasn't a message about working together across party lines, it was a repudiation of division over race and gender.
"Harry Reid, you are right. The American people did send a message of work together, but it wasn't the about the policies and the Republicans and the Democrats. It was we want to work together as human beings. Stop separating us by class, stop separating us by sex by who we sleep with, who we want to marry and stop separating us by color. We are all human beings," Glenn said.
"We are all brothers and sisters, one way or another, and just like any family, we are dysfunctional at times, but we all have an equal place at the table. Stop treating people like second-class citizens, no matter their color, creed, income, sex or sexuality."
"America's had enough. Grow up."