What the heck are you REALLY saying?

Well, I didn’t use big words, but I’ll try to rephrase, since you found it difficult to follow.

That’s not your average everyday family. Harry had had multiple relationships in the past which ended because the woman (who in these cases ALSO had her own life, career, and status) decided she didn’t want to take on the full time responsibilities that comes with marrying him.

The best that can be said for Meghan is that she doesn’t seem to have thought this entire thing through very well, perhaps due to the fact that she’s not a Brit, and didn’t really comprehend the level of commitment that comes with that marriage.

(The worst that can be said for her, of course, would be the Piers Morgan takes: that she’s simply a social climber who saw an opportunity to buy into a brand that could make her fabulously famous and wealthy.)

So, those are the two extremes. She was either ignorant of what she was getting herself into, or did it for personal gain. Neither of those extremes, nor anything in between, is anything to be proud of.

You don’t know her or him, for that matter,

None of us do. We are speculating.

so your take on what is what with them is ridiculous at best, shameful and cowardly at the very least.

I remember back in the good old days when you could say “I disagree” without being snarky or rude. Pity those days have passed.

Free markets, free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is right and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.

Free markets, free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is right and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.