I have to think Mitt Romney is actually kind of thrilled that radicals in the Democrat ranks have begun waging a war on women, specifically stay-at-home moms. After-all, Romney needs to introduce his wife, Ann Romney to a wide range of voters, both within the GOP and outside of it. If he can effectively do so, he’s going to enjoy a significant surge in support among women voters.
Why? Because Ann Romney is a role model mom. Raising five boys, regardless of your financial scenario, is no easy task. It’s a task that would be far more laborious than the average 9-5 day job. Ann Romney’s solid relationship with her boys and her obvious work towards building a close, responsible family is admirable and should never be included in an attempt to discredit her.
Thanks to top Democrat strategist Hilary Rosen, Ann Romney’s name is front and center in national media. And the narrative is simple… Rosen attacked her for having “never worked a day in her life,” while every mother knows Ann Romney probably rarely got a day off in her life.
This whole thing is helping the Romney campaign by introducing Ann Romney to women voters, fueling campaign messaging efforts and helping with fundraising drives. How does it help with fundraising? Meet the “Moms Drive the Economy” campaign.
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None of this would be happening without the mistake made by Rosen.