Working Moms of America Thank Queen Ann Romney for Allowing Them to Entertain Her

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An actual quote from an actual Woman of Great Privilege, Ann Romney:

I love the fact that there are women out there who don’t have a choice and they must go to work and they still have to raise the kids. Thank goodness that we value those people too. And sometimes life isn’t easy for any of us.

Mrs. Queen Ann Romney, who has been dispatched by the Romney campaign to go forth and charm the vajayjay crowd so they see just what a great wimmen loving guy Willard is and how the wimmenfolks should totally vote for him because he does NOT wage war on them like SOME Republicans might have, sort of, kinda done, tells us how cute and wonderful poor ladies who have no choice but to work and take care of the kidlings are.  She luurrvvves her women without the choices she has. 

But it’s OK because Willard completely values “those people” too!  All he wants for them is to work hard and achieve dignity!

And I agree that sometimes life isn’t easy for any of us.  I know that Ann has struggled with MS and breast cancer and I wouldn’t wish those diseases, or any others, on anyone.  But she doesn’t seem to have learned from her struggles either that those cute, feisty little working moms that she just loves are perhaps having things a tad less easy than she does for the most part.

But by all means Ann, continue on your Journey of Privileged Cluelessness.  I’m probably not going to lose much sleep worrying about Willard cleaning up on the women’s vote now.

Posted by marindenver on 04/24/12 at 01:35 PM • Permalink

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She luurrvvves her women without the choices she has. 

Those are the women who raised her five children and cleaned her houses.  Of course she loves the fact that they were trapped economically.

Once again, Mitt’s secret weapon goes off in his magic underpants.

So if Mittens becomes president, we can expect him to encourage companies to offer workers desirable, good paying part-time positions and flexible hours so they can have dignity and also spend more time doing valuable things, like raising their younguns?

Comment by J. on 04/24/12 at 02:50 PM

Mittens: “I like being able to fire people who provide services to me”
Her Majesty, Ann of Mittens: “I love the fact that there are women out there who don’t have a choice and they must go to work and they still have to raise the kids.”

What a team!

Together they have: “I like being able to fire women who don’t have a choice and they must go to work.”

Seriously, everyone jumped to defend her as a at home mother without even thinking she doesn’t even begin to compare to most at home mothers. I’ve never had a nanny to help with the kids (I can barely afford a sitter!), or a house keeper to take care of my house. Until my husband graduated from culinary school, I didn’t even have a chef to cook the food, and 13 days out of 14, I still don’t since he has to work!

It’s ridiculous how people thinks she even remotely compares to most moms today.

If she had had a burning desire for a job that actually requires her presence 40 hours a week no doubt her husband would have put the kibosh on that early in or before the marriage.

I’d like to see someone should ask her if she really had a choice.

This sounds really familiar

I wonder how much her veneers or caps cost. Seriously. I just got a quote for my bottom teeth, the seven front ones, and it was a good quote from a sympathetic dentist, and it was $12,000. I won’t be getting shiny new teeth any time soon. I’m not saying Ann Romney owes me shiny new teeth, and I’m glad that the funky looking teeth I have are basically healthy, but jeez, you know she loses $12,000 behind her Cadillacs’ seat cushions every day. Yes, I am jealous. Bite me. No, seriously. I might be able to use your teeth.

Jesus. She said those words, strung into sentences and shit? I officially hate her as much as her vacuum salesman of a husband. Fuck.

If she had had a burning desire for a job that actually requires her presence 40 hours a week no doubt her husband would have put the kibosh on that early in or before the marriage.

From her 1994 Boston Globe interview:

“No, I did not work. Mitt thought it was important for me to stay home with the children, and I was delighted.”


So it was Mitt’s idea and she was delighted she didn’t have to get one of those job things.

Has Queen Annbot ever worked? Sure.

Has Queen Annbot ever held a “job”? Decidedly not.

Entitlement oozes from her pores. Is that considered “work”?

Ann should put a sock in it and go back to extended daydreams of Planet Kolob.

Thus proving the old adage that money can buy everything . . . but class. 

Just remember, Mrs Willard, that the real measure of your wealth is how much you’d be worth if you lost all your money . .

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