From the same man who ran the "Women who say vagina in the House are throwing temper tantrum" frame.
“You have to be careful to be respectful to people who are contacting you, even if they do not show the same respect,” said Ari Adler, who runs Michigan House of Representatives Speaker Jase Bolger’s Twitter account. “That is a double standard and it may not be fair, but it is the reality of the situation.” Bolger’s Twitter account received lots criticism during last week’s Vaginagate.
This is how you go about being "the adult." Don't bother listening when you give someone the opportunity to voice their concern. Instead, know all along that -- without worrying about the relative merits of their argument -- you're entirely right and they're entirely wrong, and that you're just letting them speak as a courtesy. Then, take actions as if they never spoke. When they become understandably upset, tsk-tsk them for displaying emotionalism. Pretend you were on the high road all along.