She’s the victim now, apparently. Some people should know when to dummy up.
Oh my, you should read the tweets and the hate mail I got after that. The accusations were flying. I don’t know what it means to be a mom (I have 2 children). I obviously don’t value the work that a mother does and how hard it is (the hardest job I have ever had); and I absolutely hate anyone who doesn’t have the same views as I do (hate is a strong word).
Spare me the faux anger from the right who view the issue of women’s rights and advancement as a way to score political points. When it comes to supporting policies that would actually help women, their silence has been deafening. I don’t need lectures from the RNC on supporting women and fighting to increase opportunities for women; I’ve been doing it my whole career.
Political points, like, say, this contrived War on Women?
This coming from a woman who’s spent more time with the president than Joe Biden has.
Even low-road Obama advisers are telling her to shut up.
The senior adviser to President Barack Obama’s reelection bid distanced their campaign from the comments on Twitter.
“Also Disappointed in Hilary Rosen’s comments about Ann Romney. They were inappropriate and offensive,” David Axelrod wrote.