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Thursday, April 12, 2012

White House COMPLETE BS: THREE Hilary Rosens

  You CAN'T be serious, Jay Carney.
  You got nothin' better than that? 
  When confronted with Hilary Rosen's outrageous comments today that stay at home moms "have never worked a day in their lives," Jay Carney pleaded, voila!, ignorance!
  He personally knows three Hilary Rosens! He couldn't vouch for which Hilary Rosens had visited the White House!
  He wasn't, today apparently, privy to the scandal that everyone in the political world and Twitter is talking about. 
  And he didn't know, apparently, that CNN's Hilary Rosen was a frequent visitor at the White House, AT LEAST THIRTY FIVE TIMES compared to General Petraeus's NINE times.
  Conservatives have had a ball with this all day and, boy, do these jerks deserve it!
  Hilary Rosen has subsequently apologized in fear of losing that privileged income she values so much.
 And numerous White House rats have scrambled to get out in front of the scandal, claiming (even though the "Republican war on women" phrase has been included numerous times in fundraising letters) that they had nothing to do with the phrase "Republican war on women," they don't know what Republicans are talking about and, anyway, it's REPUBLICANS who hate women!
  I like Rosen's non- apology apology, claiming her words were simply"poorly chosen," rather than revealing an evil disposition and especially considering that Rosen repeated several times the same poorly chosen words.
  And she called the Democrat, um, Republican (I'm so confused!) phony war on women phony! Bwahaha!
“Let’s put the faux “war against stay at home moms” to rest once and for all. As a mom I know that raising children is the hardest job there is. As a pundit, I know my words on CNN last night were poorly chosen. In response to Mitt Romney on the campaign trail referring to his wife as a better person to answer questions about women than he is, I was discussing his lack of a record on the plight of women’s financial struggles. Here is my more fulsome view of the issues. As a partner in a firm full of women who work outside of the home as well as stay at home mothers, all with plenty of children, gender equality is not a talking point for me. It is an issue I live every day. I apologize to Ann Romney and anyone else who was offended. Let’s declare peace in this phony war and go back to focus on the substance.”
  Astounding! Going back to focus on the substance will be difficult, considering liberals really don't like to do that in the first place.
  Now that they're caught, suddenly substance matters.

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