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Feminists Limit Women's Choices

Valerie154 Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 8:52 PM
Obama doesn't work in health care. So how should he be able to say what our country needs as far as health care goes? by your logic no one in politics has a right to help others unless they have personal experience in the area. She may not be poor, but that doesn't mean she should then not try to help those less advantaged. Quite the opposite really. Her follow up statements didn't help. It is not only women of means that stay home. Some sacrifice a great deal both in time and financially in order to do so. Cable, fancy cell phones with data plans, nice cars all went to the wayside so that I could stay home. I have yet to regret the decision.
searcherseeker Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 9:14 PM
Thanks, Valerie. We have to crumble the Liberal edifice, one brick at a time. Thank goodness they contradict themselves as often as they do.

Not since Hillary Clinton's infamous remark during the 1992 presidential campaign -- "I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas" -- has a prominent Democratic woman so insulted full-time homemakers. Speaking on CNN Wednesday, Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen said that Ann Romney has "never worked a day in her life" and, therefore, can't understand the struggles of most women.

Rather than apologize for sticking her thumb in the eyes of millions of American homemakers, Rosen doubled down when critics responded. "This isn't about whether Ann Romney or I or other women of some means...