Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen hit close to many American homes with her comment that Ann Romney, stay-at-home mother of five boys, "had never worked a day in her life."
The broadside didn't just hit a presidential candidate's wife but also a wide swath of Middle America moms.
It turns out the typical stay-at-home mom doesn't live next door to the "Desperate Housewives" in a four-bedroom house on Wisteria Lane. Instead, as The New York Times reported after the Rosen-Romney dust-up, 65% of stay-at-home, married mothers of children under 18 live in a household with an annual income below $75,000.
Rosen apologized, saying she valued all women's work. Trouble is, her comments fit a longtime pattern of statements by liberal feminists that seem to diminish the decision not to work outside the home.
The Love Worth Fighting For Marriage Event featuring Kirk Cameron and Warren Barfield is to Princeton WV. Beginning at 7pm on November 15 2013, Love Worth Fighting For has scheduled appearances at the Princeton Church Of God.
Lighthouse Worship Center will host a concert with Squire Parsons on Friday, April 26, 2013. There is free admission to the concert and there will be free refreshments provided. The Concert will be at 7pm at the Lighthouse Worship Center located at Rt. 19, Smales Branch Road Hico, WV. There will also be a love offering taken.
It was a Good Friday for craft retailer Hobby Lobby as the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced on Friday it would grant the retailer’s request for the entire court to hear its challenge on the Obamacare abortion mandate. While appeals are usually decided by a three-judge panel, a total of nine judges will hear the Hobby Lobby appeal.
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