What Mitt Romney Really Thinks About Stay At Home Moms . . .
When Hillary Rosen said that Ann Romney hadn't worked a day in her life, the Romney camp responded by making it known that they consider raising five boys hard work. Ann Ramney also recounted how Mitt would encourage her by saying, "your job is more important than mine — (my) job is temporary...Your job is a forever job that's going to bring forever happiness."
But when speaking about poor moms, he said those women should be "required to . . . get out of the house and go to work . . . even when the children are as young as two," so that their mothers can learn "the dignity of work . . ."
So, he really doesn't think that taking care of children is work since, he doesn't believe that it qualifies to teach the "dignity of work." and he wants women, like his wife Ann, to do this undignified work because he wants his children to have the "forever happiness . . ." that he obviously doesn't think poor children need . . .
But at least his double talk is true to why he is running for President, “I’m in this race because I care about Americans. I’m not concerned about the very poor . . .
So Mitt Romney is double minded because he wants to be President of America, but he doesn't think that the "very poor" are "Americans . . ." So necessarily, under his leadership, we will become a divided nation since, in his world, some of us are Americans, and some of us are not . . .