A controversy has erupted this week when a Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen claimed that Ann Romney had not worked a day in her life, and Ann responded by tweeting that being a stay-at-home mother is hard work. Rather than quickly fade away from the public view as a petty cat-fight it really was, this squabble has been amplified by the GOP into a large-scale war
against for women meant to show how much the Republicans, and especially the presumed GOP nominee Mitt Romney, care about the women. So here are 10 ways how Mitt Romney cares about women.
Mitt cares about women so much, he even married one. (Although, Newt Gingrich has a much better record on that issue) Clearly, if Mitt cared about American men more, he would have married a man, right?
Spreaking of marrying women, Mitt even chose a religion that recommends taking several women as wives.
Mitt Romney is extremely supportive of a woman’s right to choose, but only as long as the woman chooses what Mitt likes.
Mitt Romney realizes that stay-at-home mom is hard work. Although, if Mitt Romney truly believed that Ann Romney’s work as a mom constituted an actual job, he would have fired her and hired someone cheaper.
Mitt believes that women must have access to healthcare, unless they live outside of Massachusetts.
Mitt Romney wishes that everyone would just leave his wife alone. Not only she has to manage 5 kids, 2 Cadillacs and a few butlers and nannies, but she also has to put up with Mitt daily!
Mitt Romney is certain that corporations are people too. But among all the companies he deals with, it is the female corporations that hold a special place in his heart: those daughter companies helping him to shield his income from taxes.
Mitt Romney feels strongly that women should have access to free contraception. Or shouldn’t. Whichever position results in more votes for Mitt.
Mitt Romney hates Hilary Rosen, Rachel Madow, Arianna Huffington, and other many other liberal women, and hating is a form of caring.
Mitt will bet you $10,000 that he understands the problems of poor working women.