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Guess who is doing the war on women? According to the Obama administration, mothers taking care of their families are not women worth to listen to.
(AP Photo)Democratic strategist and DNC adviser Hilary Rosen took a swipe at Mitt Romney's wife on CNN tonight, claiming that Ann had "never worked a day in her life" — a statement that led to critici...
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Well, I hate to be a male chauvinist pig male here, but she needs to STFU and, if she's the domestic goddess she says she is, make me a freaking sandwich.
 
+Joe Dougherty nothing wrong you been a male chauvinist pig as long as you admit you are, but not a good idea if you accuse others of been chauvinist pigs and at the same time you denie you are one of them. Only makes you loss credibility... In thid case, the Obama administration.
 
"According to the Obama administration, mothers taking care of their families are not women worth to listen to."

Who in the Obama administration has said this? Provide an exact quote, please.
 
No one in the Obama administration said this, this is pure FOX or Right Wing spin, the person that said this and then apologize is Hilary Rosen, she is a DEM strategist not a Obama Administration clerk.

She does not represent the white house or the Obama admin...is funny how desperate the ring wing nut jobs are by purposely pinning anything negative to Obama even when is not true. It just makes them look more desperate.

PS The Obama admin. came out condemning the words of Hilary Rosen and distancing themselves from her.
 
+Jeff Brown
Two things, first normally when I quote someone I tend to use quotation marks just as you did when you quote me.
For example:
"Shovel-ready was not as ...uh...shovel-ready as we expected."
-Barack Hussein Obama

I’m sorry to disappoint you, but In this case I didn’t quote anyone so I can not provide you with an exact quote, because that wasn’t my original intention on my comment.

Second, this was my personal remark reacting to the article posted with this comment and reflects my opinion and how I feel about this administration and where they stand when it comes to conservative women and how much contradicts their propaganda on “War on Women”.
 
+Roly Vento : “No one in the Obama administration said this, this is pure FOX or Right Wing spin, the person that said this and then apologize is Hilary Rosen, she is a DEM strategist not a Obama Administration clerk.”

I don’t think the Obama Administration is stupid enough to publicly state what Hilary Rosen said but sometimes silence speak louder that words.

It took the Obama Administration almost a full day to come out and condemn Hilary Rosen but not until they have tried to do some damage control by dodging question about Hilary Rosen visits to the White House and the involvement she had with the administration, which by the way, proves that she is not only a television commentator but has close ties to the Obama Administration.

When Jay Carney was asked about where the White House stands on Hilary Rose, he dodged the question not only once but 3 times

Quote:
“First of all, I have not spoken to the president about this,”
“I haven’t seen the records. I don’t know that Hillary Rosen– I know three personally, women named Hillary Rosen,” Carney said. “So I‘m not sure that those represent the person we’re talking about necessarily.”
When pressed on her involvement, he added: “I don‘t know how man times she’s been here. … I don’t know how to assess her overall relationship to people here in the White House. I have not seen her here very frequently.”

+Roly Vento : “PS The Obama admin. came out condemning the words of Hilary Rosen and distancing themselves from her.”

It took 24 hours of damage control and for the democrats to run away from Hillary Rosen like rats and distance themselves to avoid damage to their propaganda “War on Women” and finally, for the president to come out and finally condemn her statement.

+Roly Vento : _“Also to learn more about Hilary Rosen read this:
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0412/75066.html”_

One small detail the Politico.com forgot to mention on their article is that Hilary Rosen has visited the White House 35 times and has been involved advising the administration on different issues such as health-care PR. Rosen now works for SKDKnickerbocker, a Democratic communications firm that has done work for Obama’s campaign.

Hilary Rosen and her Democratic public relations firm have been deeply involved in recent public relations battle between Republicans and Democrats in the so-called "War on Women."

She has close ties with Anita Dunn who is a political strategist who served as White House Communications Director from April through November 2009. She has served as a PR adviser for the DNC (Debbie Wasserman Schultz)

The Obama Administration uses surrogates to do their deeds and Hilary Rosen is one of them. And to refute this is just pure ignorance or at best an attempt to hide the truth.
 
Evasion noted. Who in the Obama administration has said that mothers taking care of their families are not women worth to listen to?
 
+Jeff Brown try to read my reply one more time and maybe this time you'll understand my post.
 
I understand your post perfectly. You have attributed to the Obama administration a statement that no one in the Obama administration has made.

There's a technical term for that sort of statement. It's called a lie.
 
+Jeff Brown "You have attributed to the Obama administration a statement that no one in the Obama administration has made."

Again, this is my personal opinion on and how I feel about the Obama Administration and there is so many sources out there that backs up my opinion and how a see and think about Obama. I don't expect you to agree with me and you are welcome to your own opinion on my remarks.
+Jeff Brown "There's a technical term for that sort of statement. It's called a lie."

What you call lies, I call truth and I don't anticipate you change your views on Obama.
 
"Again, this is my personal opinion..."

No. You presented it as fact:

"According to the Obama administration, mothers taking care of their families are not women worth to listen to."

You claimed that this was a view expressed by the Obama administration.

Who in the Obama administration expressed this view? Provide an exact quote, please.
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