Publicly anyway. I don't think there was much choice.
Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.
Alexis de Tocqueville
I said she could possibly be bitter because her circumstances are not the same as Ms. Romney's.
I still am not convinced that this was not a "put up" job by the DNC. Ms. Rosen had to have been privey to strategy meetings on how to solidify the "War on Women" bull crap the Obama team is pushing. Maybe they sent her out to be the "hit big mouth" and she just took it to far.
I also don't know how commenting on someone's economic status and "job" would even fit into the "war on women" arguments.
I wanna see if this non-troversy continues this week, now that Romney has essentially (and predictably) been shown to have taken a position on both proverbial sides of the issue. I doubt it. Somehow, I just don't think Romney's "dignity of work" statement, made back in January during a campaign speech, will inspire anywhere near the kind of attention from the media requiring apologies and denouncements and such.
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Oracle of Utah
Truth rings hollow in empty heads.
A screaming comes across the sky.
It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow