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Ann Romney Asks the Right Question

Shrug Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 9:12 AM
Reality is a better pill and Pat just served up a giant dose. This is the most depressing column I've ever read. I do not want to think that our flawed human nature will carry us over the cliff even if we are successful in getting a conservative majority in all three branches of our government this election cycle. I do not want to lose hope but thousands of years of human history are not not on our side. Then I remember that my faith is not in man but in the Lord. And my hope is restored - not in our man-made government, laws, or nation, or the things of this world, but in a much greater plan that has been revealed countless times through the centuries and crystalized in the person and work of Jesus Christ and confirmed by his empty tomb.

When Hillary Rosen said that Ann Romney had "never worked a day in her life," it was among the better days of the Romney campaign.

For Rosen -- present whereabouts unknown -- both revealed the feminist mindset about women who choose to become wives and mothers and brought Ann Romney center stage.

Before a Connecticut audience recently, Mrs. Romney spoke of her reluctance to see her husband pursue the presidency a second time and said she resisted, until she got an answer to one critical question.

"Can you fix it?" she asked Mitt. "I need to know....