Mr. Macon rose unsteadily, his face twisted in rage. "There ain't nothing wrong with the way I'm raising my boy," he said, his voice thick. "If anybody's to blame for the way he turned out, it's his mama. Ain't that right, Mo? Who does she think she is, telling me to get out of my own house?" (12.85)
Mr. Macon's all upset that his wife doesn't want him in the house anymore, but it's his fault that he's lost his family—he's the one who's treated them all so poorly over the years. He really shouldn't expect unconditional love anymore.