Stephanie Cutter: Women aren’t concerned with the last four years
Stephanie Cutter, President Obama’s Deputy Campaign Manager, was interviewed on NPR network’s Diane Rehm Show on Tuesday, September 24th. Susan Page was guest hosting that day. In that interview the campaign manager stated the following:
“We’ll continue doing what we have been doing, trying to get the president’s message out on the ground. Whether it’s in the suburban areas of Northern Virginia, or Denver, Ohio, to talk about what the president wants to do in the future. That’s the other thing that you find most often with women. They’re not really concerned about what’s happened over the last four years, they really want to know what’s going to happen in the next four years.”
Now I’m not sure which women Cutter has been talking to, but I’m willing to bet that American women very much care what has happened these past 4 years. In fact they probably are more concerned than men. During the Obama presidency, 683,000 women have lost their jobs. Of that number, only 284,000 have since found employment elsewhere. I’d like to see her tell a half a million women they don’t care what’s happened to them these past four years.
It is utterly ridiculous and pretty idiotic for her to make such a statement. Maybe she’s referring to herself since she is hoping to secure a job for the next four years. Talk about being out of touch with America. Women feel the brunt of a stalled economy. They feel the brunt of a struggling financial household. They feel the brunt of telling their children no to anything above essentials. It’s the women of this country who are most affected by this floundering economy. At this point the only thing Stephanie Cutter is qualified for is a Julie Bowen (Claire Dunphy of ABC’s “Modern Family”)
So please Ms. Cutter, think before you speak.
You are starting to act like a politician.
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