Yes, because mothers never have to get up at all hours to feed their infants, drive kids to swim practice, and make sure everyone is bathed, clothed and fed before heading to school every single day. And they never have to suppress unhappiness or mask certain emotions for the sake of their children. That inanity aside, let’s cut Maher a little slack. Working outside of the home is a different beast than being a full-time parent. That’s obvious. What’s obnoxious when some on the Left either imply or openly state that the latter option is somehow more worthwhile. Plus, if Maher hadn’t turned his phrase so crassly — vulgarity is his default setting, it seems — no one would have batted an eye. But he said what he said, and how he said it. Lest we forget, he also happens to be a million-dollar donor to President Obama’s SuperPAC. When Rush Limbaugh called Sandra Fluke a “slut,” the collective Left went ballistic. The media covered it incessantly. Republicans were asked to denounce the comments. Advertisers dropped Rush. Obama phoned Fluke to offer support and express solidarity. The “war on women” meme shifted into top gear. Now we have a prominent, big-dollar Obama donor dropping an offensive statement on Mitt Romney’s wife, a cancer survivor who has battled multiple sclerosis. It seems like a good time to check in with The One and recall what he said just this past week about attacking politicians’ families.