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By: Jacqueline Scott | April 17, 2012 | 2012 Elections, Opinion, Politics

Hilary Rosen, who is this woman?  Well while I have been off celebrating Easter a week late due to Bulgaria following a different religious calendar I get to see this Daily Show Mitt Needs Moms.  Now what is this?  Apparently Hilary Rosen did the stupidest thing that any liberal could do now, and actually attack the nuclear family, and say that Ann Romney has never worked a day in her life.  For those of you who don't know Ann Romney is a homemaker who raised Mitt Romney's five children.  Being a stay at home mom is one of the hardest jobs in the world, I don't know how hard it is exactly seeing that I don't have kids, but I could only imagine.  In the wake of the Republican's attacking women's freedom of choice it is an outrage for Rosen to be attacking freedom of choice on the other end.  The true idea of freedom of choice for women doesn't mean that all women will be executives, some women want to stay at home, some women will be mothers, because that is the choice that she made, and there is nothing wrong with that choice.  It is disgusting to me to see that someone who is trying to make a reasonable argument about women, and their beliefs doesn't see that women can choose whatever she pleases and that other women don't need to be putting each other down.  Ann Romney may be a wealthy woman who never had to hold a job to make ends meet, but we don't begrudge Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama, both who worked outside the home and both who are wealthy women.  Every woman should have the right to choose how she wants to live her life.  We should be celebrating each other, because I am sure that if Hilary Rosen had raised five children she would think it was a difficult job.

Jacqueline is the Founder of The Sexy Politico. She's a world traveler - fueled by her love for learning. She has lived in the United States and Eastern Europe, but as of now calls Wuxi, China her home. She's proudly travelled throughout the lower 48 states in America as an army brat, navigated her way from West to East in Europe, and has seen the most urban and rural areas of Southeast Asia. Through all her journeys she managed to double major in Political Science and History w/ a minor in Southeast Asian studies at Northern Illinois University, join the Peace Corps, and teach English to children on three different continents. She has learned a few things along the way she'd like to share as advice to a future world traveller: 1) Always accept a Grandmother's home-cooked meal and 2) Never lose your wits because you never know when or where you'll need them.

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