Skip to comments.Obama and DNC advisor attacks Ann Romney (She never worked a day in her life)
Posted on 04/12/2012 4:48:54 AM PDT by submarinerswife
Anns first tweet came just moments after Democratic strategist and DNC adviser Hilary Rosen lobbed an insult at Ann Romney, suggesting that the 64-year-old mother of five and grandmother of 16 had never held a job.
Guess what, his wife has actually never worked a day in her life, said Rosen, who was being interviewed by CNNs Anderson Cooper about the war on women Following the interview, Rosen herself tweeted, Ive nothing against @AnnRomney. I just dont want Mitt using her as an expert on women struggling $ to support their family. She isnt.
Rosen kept tweeting, not appearing to back off of her comments.
@AnnDRomney Please know, I admire you. But your husband shouldnt say you are his expert on women and the economy, said Rosen.
Then Rosen offered a welcome message to Ann, tweeting, oh and @AnnDRomney welcome to Twitter. You will find it a very exhilarating and often unforgiving place!
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The want to be Madame Mao had to “volunteer”
Turn in her law license !!!!!!
No the Obama state media has investigated WHY !
Obama has never had a REAL JOB in his life either!
Are they really attacking the concept of single worker families now?
You bet they are. But that’s the part about the left that we need to exploit and manipulate on the elections. I don’t like Obama, but hey, whatever can provoke Obama and his campaign staff off the hinges? Do it? Get Obama and his campaign staff to lose their cool, and we just accomplished the classic principle of Sun Tzu.
Don’t forget the fact that even McCain had a smaller wages gap between his female and male campaign staffers. Again, accusing the other person of what you are doing is the classic leftist meme.
It’s funny but recently sometimes people wonder why you have an issue with boys who objectify women, sometimes I wonder if that boy or young man had a mom who demanded he respect her.
I agree, that there are things about Obama that worry me. He doesn’t mention his grandmother much. Considering the fact that his grandmother had a great deal of part in his upbringing, that worries me, in addition to the heritage of his mother, sure, it’s mixed, but why feel bad about it. Two of the best friends I knew growing up had a mixed race heritage, but weren’t ashamed of the heritage of both their parents. But the part that worries me about Obama is the way he views his mother, I am a man, alright, but my mother demonstrated, by being my mother full-time while I was young, that a woman is a human being that deserves respect. Trust me, she was very hard on that point, but looking back, I thank her for it, because honestly, I honestly feel that I could respect some woman and be a great husband, because I could view my wife with plenty of respect. That’s what I think is behind the de-masculinizing of so many men in society today, they don’t have a mom like mine who demanded respect and had a piece of her mind to give day in and day out.
Well, the Napster shutdown means close to zip for the nerd crowd, the same is true with the shutdown of the file-sharing sites. For every shutdown the government does of an illegal filesharing site, there are ten to one hundred times as many file-sharing sites or new ways that people figure out how to illegally download files digitally. No one has touched the tip of the iceberg on torrentson the net, although in my house I have made it so that the actual receiving signals for the internet access cannot receive torrents, there’s plenty of households that aren’t as strict as mine.
The best thing that can be done to combat internet piracy is getting kids to actually spend time doing some chores and real work, a lesson in earning things, but you can probably see where I am going with this, right? P-A-R-E-N-T-I-N-G
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