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Can you just imagine Obama Spokesmodel (and SOPA lobbyist!) Hilary Rosen starring in a movie about clueless stay-at-home moms?
Nah, it's only funny when feminists mock men. Or conservative women. Because according to feminist dogma, Ann Romney, who stayed at home to raise 5 boys, has never worked a day in her life.
An actual stay-at-home mom would beg to differ. I got tired just reading all that stuff she does every day.
Oh, but what Hilary The Feminist Crusader meant to say was, Ann Romney never had to care for her kids and earn a paycheck. Unlike say, Michelle Obama!
Once Michelle and I had our girls, she gave it her all to balance raising a family and pursuing a career. And something that, could be very difficult on her, because I was gone a lot. Once I was in the state legislature, I was teaching, I was practicing law, I'd be traveling. And we didn't have the luxury for her not to work.
Because Michelle's $300,000+ per year job in "community outreach" was so gosh-darned important that it was abolished when she left to become First Lady.
See? Only rich fat-cats can afford the "luxury" of not working a no-show job!
My favorite feminist blogger has her knickers in a twist, too. Not because of what Hilary Rosen said, but because of what Ann Romney's plutocrat husband stands for.
This isn't about an inartful comment made by a talking head on a cable news show. The real issue is whether the Romney campaign wants to understand what women want to focus on in this election year. If it does, he'll stop talking about how his wife is acting as the female voter go-between on the economy and start talking to real women himself. Oh, and he might want to brush up on the Lilly Ledbetter Act, too.
What? Ann Romney isn't a Real Woman? Because I'm pretty sure she's not one of those transgender Canadian beauty queens. NTTAWWT.
And it's funny that the feminists should keep flogging good old Lilly Ledbetter. Because if anyone needs to "brush up" on Lilly's eponymous legislation it's Barack and Michelle Obama.
Female employees in the Obama White House make considerably less than their male colleagues, records show.
According to the 2011 annual report on White House staff, female employees earned a median annual salary of $60,000, which was about 18 percent less than the median salary for male employees ($71,000).
Oops. Maybe they'll blame George Bush.
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