White House & Hilary Rosen
The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. Hilary Beth Rosen is a partner in the political communications firm, SKDKnickerbocker with offices in DC and New York and LGBT activist. /5
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WASHINGTON — When President Obama’s guests arrive at the White House on Wednesday for a *** Pride reception — just days after New York became the largest state in the country to make same-sex marriage legal — they will no doubt be in a mood to celebrate. But for their host, who does not endorse same-sex marriage, it could be somewhat awkward. “I think they are trying to share the joy, which is genuine on their part, without changing his position,” Hilary Rosen, a prominent Democratic strategist, said of the White House. “I don’t think he can have it both ways here.” For months, Mr. Obama, who has in the past opposed same-sex marriage, has said his views are “evolving.” But last week’s vote in Albany has intensified pressure on the president to say where he stands, particularly after remarks he made at a Manhattan fund-raiser disappointed and confused many *** rights advocates, including some of his most ardent supporters. Some are now comparing Mr. Obama unfavorably with Gov. Andre ...
Hilary Rosen was right: Ann Romney hasn't worked a day in her life. Raising 5 kids with a gallery of maids and butlers doesn't qualify as work. Save America and keep these people from getting into the White House.
Interesting response in connection to the Commerce Secretary,John Bryson who was involved in car crashes and possible health issues; but in learning about that I saw a synopses of the log of those who visited the White House from the official and non official cabinet. President Obama certainly has an estranged relationship with his cabinet, preferring to govern mostly out of the White House. But according to White House Visitor Logs, John Bryson actually visited more often than many of his colleagues–a total of 31 times (barring multiple John Brysons). Energy Secretary Steven Chu had visited 17 times and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has only swung by 13 times. To put that in context, Democratic consultant Hilary Rosen has visited the White House 33 times and union boss Richard Trumka has visited 69 times.
Ann Romney raised 5 boys. She successfully battled breast cancer and multiple sclerosis. But what does White House insider Hilary Rosen say about Ann
Todays mathematical political trivia: 1-How many times Hilary Rosen (the woman who attacked Ann Romney for not having a "job", who Obama has now distanced himself from) visited the White House? 2 - How many cents on the dollar has Obama paid female staffers compared to male staffer? ANSWERS: 1 - 35 times. 2 - 87 cents for every dollar paid men.
Who is Hilary Rosen? Prominent Democrats pretend they don't know. "I know three, personally, women named Hilary Rosen," said White House press secretary Jay Carney.
Hilary Rosen is a frequent visitor to the White House. According to White House visitor logs, she has visited the president's home 35 times since he took office, but on Thursday, Press Secretary Jay Carney did his best to distance President Obama from Rosen because of her remarks about Mitt Romney'...
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was on with Sean Hannity tonight to discuss White House adviser Hilary Rosen's attack on Ann Romney. Sarah Palin told Sean...
Does CNN know their on-air talent is contributing heavily to the Democratic Party? Shouldn’t there be some sort of disclosure when these folks come on air that they’re being paid by the DNC while also contributing to them? This cretinous Hilary Rosen, partners in a firm with former White House flunk...
On his 9 a.m. et MSNBC show The Daily Rundown on Friday, NBC political director and chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd referred to Hilary Rosen's denigrating remarks about Ann Romney as a "manufactured controversy" a total of eight times throughout the one-hour program, mostly during the fir...
Did anyone else notice how Obama tried to pretend he didn't even know Hilary Rosen? "This was an ill-advised statement by someone on TV". - Obama"s response yesterday about Hilary Rosen's insulting comments about Ann Romney. What he doesn't want people to know is that Hilary Rosen (a Democratic strategist who works with the Obama administration on messaging) is a frequent visitor to the White House. She's been there at least 35 TIMES and met with Obama himself, personally, 5 TIMES. Throw her under the Greyhound bus with the others: Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Bernadine Dorn, Van Jones, Tony Resko, Blagoevich...Hilary Rosen...who's next? When the media exposes your relationship with Obama and it presents him in a bad light...you're history. You gotta go. You can tell a lot about a person by the people he hangs out with. Personally, I've seen enough.
very disappointed in Peggy Noonan--thought she was better than to try to pretend Hilary Rosen's statement related 2 White House
You can't win department. So Democrats from the White House on down immediately condemned Hilary Rosen's comment about Ann Romney not working. And Mary Matalin is upset, because they came down too fast and too hard, and should have been more supportive of Rosen. Ah politics.
Hilary Rosen and Hillary Clinton: Ah those sweet, sweet memories of Hillary Clinton saying she wasn't "some little woman standing by her man, baking cookies" -- and of Teresa Heinz-Kerry's wondering if Laura Bush had ever worked a "real" job and the understanding that Michelle Obama had a $300,000 a-year job created for her out of whole cloth, and then discontinued when she left for the White House. --Hilary Rosen, Ann Romney and the Credentialists The Anchoress
With the new reports today that DNC consultant Hilary Rosen has been an incredibly frequent visitor to the White House – at least 35 times, including five times directly with the president of the United States – questions are arising about her role in the furor surrounding the Sandra Fluke incident.
I mean, some folks visit the White House more often than Hilary Rosen. "Alfred/Al Sharpton" has visited 38 times.
Jay Carney " I personally know three people named Hilary Rosen. ". Ya and they all visit the White House. Jay u r a dope.
POLITICO asked Anita to respond to the comments made by Hilary Rosen regarding Ann Romney. It should be posted soon on POLITICO, but in the meantime I wanted to share it. I'm proud of my wife's response: This saddens me. I know and respect Hilary and know she is a hard working mom with a great job both inside and outside the home. Ann Romney chose a different path and I thought feminism was about us women having the freedom to make choices about our lives. Whatever that path we take I don't think it makes any of us less qualified to talk about important issues facing the country and we all know the economy is first and foremost on our minds. I am working harder now than I ever did because I worry my kids won't have half the chance I did. But after many grueling yet fulfiliing years in the White House I would rather be home with them more. This comment also reminded me of the 2004 campaign when Teresa Heinz Kerry made a similar statement about Laura Bush. Never one to take the bait, Laura Bush understood ...
Jeez, Hilary Rosen visited the White House more times than George W. Bush did in two terms as president.
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