If there was such a thing as a Horse's Ass Award, Hilary Rosen would have one sitting on her mantlepiece!
The DNC advisor and Obama cheerleader stated on CNN yesterday that Ann Romney has "never worked a day in her life". Straight from the horse's mouth:
And here she is this morning doing a bit of tap dancing:
Sure, I understand that some women have no choice but to work even though they have kids. I get it! But all the tap dancing in the world won't change the fact that Hilary was attacking Ann for choosing to be a stay-at-home mom. Hilary obviously believes that women absolutely have to have a career outside the home to be fulfilled otherwise they're reduced to nothing more than submissive house fraus controlled by men. That somehow Ann is a more recent version of June Cleaver.
Epic fail here, sorry! Nothing wrong with women who are financially able to stay at home to raise the kids if they choose to do so. We hear Hilary Rosen and her ilk screaming about pro-choice ad nauseum, but I suppose it's limited to abortion only. Stay-at-home moms are treated like traitors, like they were forced into their positions rather than choosing them. I remember my late mother (also a stay-at-home mom) coming home one day when I was in my teens upset about a snide remark made to her by a female bank teller, something along the lines of "Oh, so you don't have a job!". I believe, from what she told me, that she retorted something like she's raising two boys, a full time job in itself, and fired back that the employee is a "pissant bank teller". My mom had never been one to back down from a verbal challenge!
As I'm typing this, the morning news is still buzzing about Hilary Rosen's idiotic comments! Not helping her boss's cause, that's for certain!
Till next time, peace!
Sorry my posts have become sporadic; I've been working on a book. I can tell you that the working title of it is "GIMMEE, GIMMEE, GIMMEE!". Yeah, really eye-catching, I know. It deals with the entitlement mentality that is increasingly more commonplace. It's going to cross all class and race lines, so no one can accuse me of attacking people on the dole. Many people of all income brackets have their hands sticking out, and you'll see why and how. I'm expecting completion and publication by late summer or early fall and will be available both in print and as an e-book. I'll provide more details in future blog posts, so if you're not already following this blog, go ahead and click the "Follow" button in the upper left