Monday, April 16, 2012

Ann Romney Giddy About Rosen Comment

Ann Romney really is out of touch, isn't she? I hate to compare, but I can't imagine Michelle Obama behaving as if she got a gift. The Obamas always rise above the petty stuff. Dear Ann, Hillary Rosen wasn't critical of you as a mother. She was critical of you pretending to be an ordinary stay at home mom, one that could actually advise your hubby on the real world concerns of stay at home mothers and women in general.
"It was my early birthday present for someone to be critical of me as a mother, and that was really a defining moment, and I loved it," Ann Romney said. The candidate went further, calling the episode a "gift" that allowed his campaign to show contrast with Democrats in the general election's first week. But while Romney said last week that “all moms are working moms,” that doesn’t apply to mothers who are welfare recipients, the Boston Globe says. Romney said at a Jan. 4 campaign stop in Manchester, N.H.: “Even if you have a child two years of age, you need to go to work,” Romney describing his position as Massachusetts governor. First Read

Romney's planning on a "republican Dream Act." Republicans couldn't just work with democrats to create a Dream Act for the nation. He plans on eliminating governmental agencies, such as HUD and the department of education. As far as taxes, he said he would eliminate the second home mortgage deduction that the wealthy people take.