Greg Hengler

We have gone from the "War On Women," to the "War For Women," to the "War On Moms," thanks to Democrat strategist, Hilary Rosen. In this ten-minute train wreck of an interview for Rosen, she, after numerous pleas from CNN's Wolf Blitzer to make a national television apology to Ann Romney, squeaks out the patented non-apology, apology: "I'm sorry if that offended you."

The Beard was unrelenting in his questioning of Rosen--it was very fun to watch. Rosen begins the interview with an attempt to quell the controversy with this non sequitur: "I have been a stay-at-home mom." Which begs the question: For how long? Are you talking about the three months you took off for baby leave? I would love to know the answer to this question.

As far as the rest of Hilary Rosen's continuing self-destruction is concerned, here are a few other statements she made during this interview:

- I hope Mrs. Romney doesn't take this personally.

- I wouldn't attack a stay-at-home mom.

- This is not about Ann Romney.

If you relish the kinds of interviews where the interviewee is squirming and in full retreat, look no further than this gem. Hats off to The Beard!