Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hilary Rosen Offends All Female Humans

The toilet I installed was no work at all.
Did you hear?  She insulted daycare workers, plumbers, tutors, launderers, housekeepers, electricians, automotive mechanics, gas station attendants, book keepers, dog groomers, subsistence farmers, teachers, musicians, drama teachers, taxi drivers, party planners, field biologists, and, well, everyone.

When Rosen said that Mrs. Romney "never worked a day in her life" based on the fact that she has been a stay at home mother (oh, and wealthy), she said what many on the left truly believe--motherhood, and all the work that goes with it, isn't really work at all.  There is no denying it, for the left has said it over and over, on talk shows and news shows and in columns, and everywhere.  Is there a stay at home mother on the planet who is not offended by this tiresome rhetoric?

I don't know Mrs. Romney, but even if Mrs. Romney hired people to do all the things that I consider my "job" as a mom, she has to manage her employees.  Personally, the above list of jobs is a slice of a typical week for me.

I am so busy that don't have the time to sit around and think of ways to jab at my neighbors' life choices for political gain as a political consultant.  Wait.  That's not real work.  Isn't that just a form of specialized gossip?