Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus denied that his party has a woman problem in a way that made a feminist argument, even if it was on accident: women shouldn't be considered a special interest group, but maybe old men should. "It's a fiction," Priebus said in an interview that will air on Bloomberg Television's Political Capital with Al Hunt this weekend. "If the Democrats said we had a war on caterpillars and every mainstream media outlet talked about the fact that Republicans have a war on caterpillars, then we’d have problems with caterpillars." Priebus is right, though for the wrong reason. Republicans don't have a problem with women -- they have a problem with everyone who's not a man over 50.
For years, some women have complained about being treated as an interest group, despite making up a slim majority of all human beings on Earth. Other women don't mind the interest group image: "The jury of women across America have ruled that the Republicans have been unbelievably extreme and out of touch and hyper-focused on cultural issues," Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz said an interview that will air on the same Bloomberg show.