Hilary Rosen doubles down on Ann Romney remark: ‘Spare me the faux anger’
— Dan Isett (@DanIsett) April 12, 2012
Keep digging, Hilary Rosen. Rosen also said the following in yet another quick to publish article milking her fifteen minutes of fame. Or infamy:
“Spare me the faux anger from the right who view the issue of women’s rights and advancement as a way to score political points,” she wrote last night on CNN. “When it comes to supporting policies that would actually help women, their silence has been deafening. I don’t need lectures from the RNC on supporting women and fighting to increase opportunities for women; I’ve been doing it my whole career.”
Wow, the lack of self-awareness is astounding. She and President Obama, the man for whom she is carrying water, do nothing but use women as a way to score political points. #WomenEconForum anyone? The entire war on women meme was manufactured as a way to score political points and prevent women from fleeing from the Democrats.
People on Twitter aren’t buying it. They, even silly, little stay at home moms, know the difference between faux anger and righteous anger.
Hilary Rosen has no remorse for her offensive remarks about Ann Romney. "Spare me the faux anger from the right" http://t.co/NqC7bHW4
— Brandon VerVelde (@bvervelde) April 12, 2012
Hmm, is my anger faux?? Let me check… Nope! It's definitely real anger. #waronmoms
— PurduePetesGirl (@PurduePetesGirl) April 12, 2012
@hilaryr ..hilary does not backpeddle on he STUPID remark..she calls myu anger FAUX..what a putrid individual
— kathleen morgan (@kathleenmorgan5) April 12, 2012
Not faux anger or manufactured outrage. Real frustration that elites can't see the value of the home, but only care to foment class warfare.
— Leila Marie Lawler (@_Leila) April 12, 2012
— NancyBellicec (@Nancy_Bellicec) April 12, 2012
Put the shovel down, toots. Maybe you should ask a stay at home mom to help you clean up your mess. We’re good like that.
You know, a stay-at-home mom would probably know how to clean up this mess, @hilaryr
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) April 12, 2012