(By Andrew MacKie-Mason)
You read the title correctly. In the recent flare-up where Hillary Rosen criticized Mrs. Romney for being out-of-touch with the plight of working mothers due to her extreme wealth, many (including Mitt's campaign) manufactured a controversy around Rosen's supposed attack on working mothers. (The words she used were that Mrs. Romney had "never worked a day in her life.")
But now it turns out that, unlike Rosen, Mitt actually made that exact claim: that being a stay-at-home parent isn't work, and gives individuals less "dignity" (his word) then putting their kids in childcare and going back to work. And this isn't even old, pre-flip-flop Romney. It's this-January Mitt Romney. Here's the video of him bragging about forcing poor women out of the home into real, "dignified" work:
This gets perfectly at two of the things I can't stand about Mitt Romney: his patronizing attitude to everyone who didn't get as lucky in life as he did, and his complete and total hypocrisy and lack of real convictions.
Ladies and gentlemen, your Republican nominee for President of the United States.