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Why Tax-payers SHOULD Compensate Stay-At-Home Moms

David24 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 1:43 AM
Just as we shouldn't compensate stay-at-home moms, we also shouldn't subsidize child care for mothers who take jobs. Each mother makes a free choice as to whether to use her labor to care for her family or to earn an income. It makes no sense for either one to pay for the choice of the other. Thus, we should end the child care tax credit.

The left has shown its blatant disrespect for stay-at-home moms in recent days. One woman who had never naturally given birth to a child, ridiculed another who had given birth to five as, "never having worked a day in her life." What followed was massive amounts of posterior covering, but alas Hilary Rosen had let slip off her lips what the left--and militant feminists everywhere--have believed for the better part of my life time.

Yet underneath all the back-and-forth of what women truly deserve--to be respected versus who someone who isn't--another issue began to evolve.

Chris Hayes, editor at...