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Real Moms of the GOP versus White House SOP

Blinky3 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 9:32 AM
Oh bull to all of it. Feminist on both sides are still feminist and drop party lines and allegiances to ensure all bow to their female demands. Say like animal rights people who seem to be headed by females and due to the wide-spread cult of political correctness cannot be challenged unless we are labeled as chauvinist or haters or misogynist or something. Locally at least we aren't to ever challenge them or ask for truth or facts. And of course no politician is going stand against (feminism-females) Hillary or Mrs Romney models. Mrs Romney, nor Oprah, nor some woman praised for staying home having nineteen kids on welfare don't know certain realities of life and think all should bow to them and think they are special, dominate .TV..

The authenticity of conservative women has always been under attack by radical orthodox feminists, but perhaps not as brazenly as by someone with such direct and frequent access to the corridors of the White House message machine as Hilary B. Rosen.

The D.C. career lobbyist and Democratic media strategist took to CNN's airwaves this week to craft a left-wing "War on Women" attack on the real moms of the GOP. Ostensibly aiming at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his "old-fashioned" views of women, Rosen's mouth instead shot off in the direction of wife, stay-at-home mother of five, grandmother...