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War on Working Mothers: Obama Attacks Stay At Home Moms as Not Working

Rebecca194 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 12:56 PM
You know Mitt Romney's never said he's not rich. To most of us after a certain dollar figure it's all the same. I choose to stay home with my children the very moment I could (mostly that involved affording insurance). We would be making 40,000 dollars a year, a good chunk of that going to insurance. But we would make it. I taught school and I know the best place for a children to be raised is in their own home. Not, what's best for me as the mom, what's best for my children. I know that me being home is best for them, and the hard truth is that it's best for most children. I'm irritated by wealth people ($400,000 a year is wealthy) who act like they are put upon. Obama, if your wife needed to work, then you should have stayed
lovestorun Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 1:45 PM
Happiness is worth more than money. What good is money in the bank when you're sitting on a freeway trying to get to work while you're worrying about your kids at KinderCare? Smart move on your part to recognize the important things in life.
Rebecca194 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 1:01 PM
(cont) home with them.

This Rosen women would have been perfectly fine with Ann Romney going to work and letting someone else raise her 5 boys, that she would have understood, but she can't even comprehend putting those children before herself

President Obama officially repeated the liberal idea that staying at home to raise children isn't real "work," and tried to portray himself and Michelle Obama as victims who couldn't "afford the luxury" of Michelle Obama not "working," when their daughters were born, before all of the Hilary Rosen news broke. Obama took an indirect shot at Ann Romney last week when he spoke at the White House Forum on Women.