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NOTE: This is an updated version of the blog originally posted 2/24/16. This expanded version was published 2/26/16 by the Washington Post. We appreciate the physician who takes time to listen. As the father of three daughters, I reserved the right to interview their dates. After all, my wife and I’d spent 16 or 17 years feeding them, dressing them, funding braces, and driving them to volleyball tournaments and piano recitals. This was my word: “decent.” Did he behave in a decent manner? When the husband honors his wedding vows, when the teacher makes time for the struggling student, when the employee refuses to gossip about her co-worker, when the losing team congratulates the winning team, we can characterize their behavior with the word decent.

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The leading Republican candidate to be the next leader of the free world would not pass my decency interview.

Then why isn’t decency doing better in the presidential race?

I have no inside track on the intricacies of a presidential campaign. I don’t endorse candidates or place bumper stickers on my car. If a public personality calls on Christ one day and calls someone a “bimbo” the next, is something not awry? They weren’t perfect, but they were decent fellows.

Such insensitivities wouldn’t be acceptable even for a middle school student body election. And to do so while brandishing a Bible and boasting of his Christian faith? We can only hope, and pray, for a return to verbal decency. As far as I remember, I never turned away one of my daughter’s dates.

They were publicly and intentionally tweeted, recorded, and presented. Can we not expect a tone that would set a good example for our children? Anger-fueled reactions have caused trouble ever since Cain was angry at Abel. (Worthy of a prayer, for sure.) Or, perhaps the American public will remember the key role of the president: to be the face of America. Whether we agree or disagree with the policies of the president, do we not hope that they speak in a way that is consistent with the status of the office?

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