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The Myth of “The Corporate Wife”

rpexplorer Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 9:59 AM
I lost respect for him after listening to his "wacky" take at the economics of the Obama administration and this further display of ignorance just caps it off. I tell myself that he is there to present an opposing view and he often comes across with some coherence but he, and Beckel, are really hard to swallow when dropping inane comments such as this into the conversation. The econ comment referenced above referred to the model supporting Pelosi's assertion that unemployment was fuel for growth.

Last night I recoiled at FOX News correspondent Juan Williams comment about Mitt Romney’s wife Ann. He said, “She is a corporate wife”. Upon further questioning he intimated that she was a “kept woman”. I know the “corporate wife” sitting next to me in my apartment dropped her jaw and sighed in disgust.

Except I didn’t work for a corporation. That adds an element of risk that isn’t there with corporate life.

The US to me was always about freedom and choice. Isn’t that the main point of pro-abortion activists, that women should be free to choose? I can’t speak...