Ann Romney BLASTS Democrats & Obama Campaign: “You Should Have Been at My House… It Wasn’t So Easy”
Ladies (and gentlemen, too), Ann Romney has entered her voice into the general election.
She was on Fox this morning with Martha MacCallum, discussing comments from Democratic consultant Hilary Rosen that have caused a complete firestorm in the past 14 or so hours.
She was impressive and civil toward Rosen and began shifting the conversation to her husband’s policies on women, which Democrats have been lambasting for the past few weeks in a so-called “War on Women.”
Some of the key quotes from Ann Romney’s appearance on Fox:
• On her gut reaction to the initial comments: “She should have come to my house when those five boys were causing so much trouble. It wasn’t so easy.”
• On her career choice as a mother: “My career choice was to be a mother.”
• On what concerns she hears from women: “Guess what women are talking about? They’re talking about jobs, and they’re talking about the legacy of debt that we’re leaving our children.”
• On Rosen’s comments this morning (SEE BELOW): “Maybe I haven’t struggled as much financially as some people have, but I can tell you, I’ve had struggles in my life. I would love to have people understand that Mitt and I have compassion for people that are struggling. That’s why we’re running. We care about the people that are struggling.”