Greta Van Susteren Defends Hilary Rosen: She's Not Anti-Stay-at-Home Moms
On last night's On the Record, Greta Van Susteren defended her friend Hilary Rosen over her remark that Ann Romney has "never worked a day in her life." Ann Romney fired back on yesterday's America's Newsroom saying, "My choice was to be a mother and I think all of us need to know that we need to respect choices women make."
In a fair and balanced debate, Karl Rove said, "She [Rosen] didn't walk into the war, she went in guns blazing through a few grenades
, assaulted five million women who have chosen to stay at home and be stay-at-home moms." He also called her apology "interesting," citing that after Rosen apologized, she re-insulted Mrs. Romney by saying let's put this phony war on stay-at-home moms behind us and get on. "I assume Hilary Rosen deliberately went out and said those things" and it wasn't a phony war because she started it.
Though Greta agrees with Rove that the "war on women" was started by the Democrats with the contraception debate, she defended her friend Hilary Rosen. "She was not critical of Ann Romney," said Van Susteren. Greta did not see this as a personal attack.
For more from Greta on Hilary Rosen's comments, click here.