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10:16 AM, April 12th, 2012

tpmmedia:

During an appearance on CNN Wednesday night, Democratic commentator Hilary Rosen questioned whether Ann Romney was qualified to be talking about women’s economic issues since she’s “never worked a day in her life.” The Romney campaign responded quickly with a series of tweets attacking the Obama campaign and Democrats for not respecting Ann Romney’s decision to be a stay-at-home mother. 

Again, WaPo’s Storify of the key tweets following these comments. 

And here’s Rosen’s response to the backlash this morning (spoiler: she’s not backtracking).

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    Why is he even a candidate? Seriously. Him and his wife define incompetence.
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    I could not be less offended by this.
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    This is sort of a non-story for me. So a former RIAA mouthpiece says something jerky. 1 People can be jerks—and no...
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    They need to seriously stop being obtuse about this. Ann Romney has never worked a day in her life where she earned a...
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    Our take: Rosen, who you might remember as the longtime mouthpiece of the RIAA (during the Napster era, no less!), is in...
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    Again, WaPo’s Storify of the key tweets following these comments. And here’s Rosen’s response to the backlash this...
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