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'Mommy Wars' a Trigger Issue With Women

BoxingKitty Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 1:47 PM
"Patrick Gaspard, told MSNBC that Rosen is not a paid advisor to the DNC or the Obama campaign." So Democratic Strategists work for free?
TX Gal Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 2:03 PM
She is not a democratic strategist. She was a lobbyist for a number of years with the recording industry, and is a democratic pundit. A commentator on CNN. Just like Hannity is a republican pundit. Obama is no more responsible for what she says than Romney is responsible for Limbaugh. At least Obama repudiated (or is is refudiated?) her comment, which is more than Mitt Romney did with Rushbo when he called women who use birth control sluts.
Elizabeth420 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 2:26 PM
TX Gal: Was that why she was listed on the WH guest register more than 2 dozen times?
I suppose Rosen is just a huge fan of the Rose Garden right?
TX Gal Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 2:37 PM
I don't know. What was her purpose of going to the White House? Was it during parties when a lot of other journalists were also invited? For press conferences? How many times did Sean Hannity, Mike Gallagher, Limbaugh, etc., go to the White House for parties or other social functions when Bush was president?
Mike ATX Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 2:41 PM
Pretty easy to tell if it was during a diner party. Look, she's a paid democrat strategist. She works for a law firm that does work for democrat politicians. This is not debatable.

If she were just a pundit, she wouldn't be back peddling from her statements.
ericynot Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 2:45 PM
Perhaps you've put your finger on the real importance of this story. It's not Ann Romney or American mommies.

Rosen is a lobbyist. She's visited the White House some 35 times. You see where I'm headed with this?

You'll recall that Obama was the guy who was going to keep the lobbyists a safe distance from his administration. Instead it's crawling with them, including quite a few of those Wall Street types who've served our country so well. And Romney, should he make it past the Democratic cash machine in the coming election, looks to be no better. We are all in the death grip of this country's big-money corporate interests.
TX Gal Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 2:52 PM
Now that's something I agree with...... about the death grip of big-money corporate interests.
Reginald10 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 3:07 PM
Rush didn't call women who use birth control sluts. One unmarried woman, who insisted that she needed public assistance for $3,000 worth of birth control, or her appetite would bankrupt her. That's a little different, I think.
renny4 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 3:09 PM
The o was going to have the most transparent admin. ever. Notice now even the Sec. Serv. is corrupted? Bork'em all and VOTE THE ENTIRE REP. TICKET IN NOV.
ericynot Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 3:13 PM
Well, TX, looks like there are at least two of us here in the Lone Star state who are on the same page.
ericynot Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 3:37 PM
Renny,
Obama has most certainly abrogated his promise of transparency, and that's a shame and a disgrace.

But do you really think the Republicans will do any better? Romney's in bed with the same powerful financial interests that have been funding Obama (and, along with the federal government, which enables them, wrecking our economy). You know which side their bread is buttered on? That's right, both sides.

Know which side your bread and mine is buttered on? Dude, we don't have any bread! It got siphoned away by inflation, crashing home prices, and the world's most inefficient medical system.

The only guy in the race with any integrity is Ron Paul and he doesn't have a shot because both his party and the media studiously ignore him.
Pat1392 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 4:12 PM
No he did not --he said Fluke was
Pat1392 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 4:12 PM
No he did not --he said Fluke was
Polly1 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 4:21 PM
TX, I'm gonna guess those people visited the White House fewer than 2 dozen times each. Just a guess.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 6:39 PM
More like he covered his skinny butt when it hit the fan rather than resonated. AS a retired
Stay Home Mom, and mom to other stay at home, homeschooling moms I DO NOT accept Rosens non apology nor do I accept any comments by the LOOTING USURPER, his wifey or his commie pals, Axelgrease and gang. Got that?
WallyOzzy Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 9:27 PM
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"Most of the attention paid to them has been superficial, rather than substantive," Catherine Wilson, a Villanova University professor specializing in how women affect politics, said as Twitter chatter carried on the argument of whether a stay-at-home mother works as hard as a career woman.

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