Democratic Party spokeswoman and Obama insider Hilary Rosen is drawing severe criticism for suggesting Ann Romney can't have any meaningful economic insights because she "never worked a day in her life."
Romney chose to be a stay-at-home mom while raising five sons.
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Ann Wagner, the mother of three children, is a former Republican National Committee co-chair and is now running for Congress in Missouri. Wagner explains why she was so deeply offended by the comments and what she thinks they indicate about the administration's views toward stay-at-home mothers.
''Women are talking a lot about this governments reckless spending and about unsustainable debt. They're upset that this administration, and this president in particular, have put bureaucrats in charge of health care and they want to talk about jobs," Wagner told WND.
She also comments on the Romney campaign assertion that the vast majority of job losses on Obama's watch have impacted women. She details what sort of agenda she would pursue if elected to Congress and why she expects conservatives to rally enthusiastically behind Mitt Romney.