Yeah, but you also don't have 200 million+ in your bank account and investments.
Except Rosen's comment wasn't limited to the fact that the Romney's are wealthy, but that she had "never worked a day in her life". A choice which many married women have made. Even one's whose husbands are *not* multi-millionaires.
For someone who doesn't have to budget money, and has never worked a job (so they have no understanding of what it's like to know you make less than the guy next to you, just because he has a *****), to claim to have any sort of expertise when it comes to economic matters, is just ludicrous to me.
So because someone doesn't earn money, they know nothing about budgeting money? Again, that's kind of offensive to millions of stay at home moms (and dads). Which is precisely the point. Ann Romney has no less a voice with regards to economic issues than all of those other women, yet Rosen just dismisses her (and by extension them) because they don't earn a salary.
It's one of the flaws in the Left's claim to be strong on women's issues (that all women are free to do what they want, as long as they make the kinds of choices that liberal women think they should), and Rosen stepped right into it.
Not only that, I wonder how much choice is really involved there. Maybe I just don't know that many Mormons, but every single Mormon mother I have ever known, has been a stay at home mom except for one.
You don't know that many Mormons. Then again, I may know some a-typical ones too (California is not Arizona or Utah after all).