"Most women in America — let's face it — don't have that choice. And that's the piece that I am not hearing from the Romney camp." The Republican National Committee also got involved, blasting out an email to supporters and press early Thursday morning.It called on the Democratic National Committee and President Obama to denounce Rosen's comments. Debbie Wasserman Schultz should immediately apologize for the insulting and insensitive comments of her adviser, Hilary Rosen.To suggest that any mother has 'never worked a day in her life,' is an affront to mothers everywhere.Democrats continue to attack Republicans for a 'war on women' even as they attack women with devastating economic policies and offensive rhetoric.Hilary Rosen reacts to Donald Trump's speech at the National Association of Home Builders convention in Miami Beach. "It's unfortunate that his economic analysis and his political analysis is so off.On CNN Thursday morning, Rosen said Trump was "low energy" and called listening to him "torture." "You made me listen to him for 25 minutes. You're going to see Hillary Clinton today talk about her economic plan.Political jerkballery For starters, you’ve certainly heard about the skullthuddingly stupid furor that was whipped up over Hilary Rosen’s statement that Ann Romney “never worked a day in her life.”In context, this is really not much problem with Rosen’s remarks.Mitt said he didn’t have the problem with the ladies, on account of he asked his wife what she thought about economic issues, so there.
And here's where Rosen made the only point that needs to be made on this issue.(Mitt, you see, being the one who dragged his wife into this in the first place.) Rosen’s point was that Ann Romney, who has a husband who is wealthier than Satan’s crooked hedge fund manager, has not exactly been out there bussing tables or punching in for a welding shift.So, if you look at it properly, by which I mean listening to the words that were coming out of Rosen’s mouth and paying attention to when they did so, I believe she’s calling Mrs.Thursday afternoon, where host Wolf Blitzer — to put it quite bluntly — chastised her over comments she’d made about Ann Romney never having worked “a day in her life.” “I see you smiling a little bit,” he told his guest, “but I don’t know why you’re smiling.” “Well, I’m smiling at sort of how crazy this all his,” Rosen told him.“Because, first of all, I have been a stay-at-home mom; this is not a debate about stay-at-home moms versus working moms."It's a dream to exploit a situation like this via blackmail.