But what's the point of starting a thread discussing the merits of his manifesto? If everyone said, "I like it 100%. It's all polite and justified and thoughtful," then there's no need for discussion.
As it stands, we're discussing the part about families with small children going first. Many think it's considerate. Some think it's unfair to those who waited in line for the same time, if not longer. Okay, why do you think it's unfair? That's where we are now.
I guess there's nothing left to discuss. Discussing the family side of the equation gets ugly and apparently discussing reasons which would make this policy seem fair to those who don't like it is pointless.