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Well that's bubbling controversy over a democratic advisor who said that -- Romney had never quote worked a day in our life.
As a reminder of help him -- all the votes of women can be in -- actions especially moms.
And that is a big question in the race for the white house of course our senior national correspondent John Roberts is listening to what.
Voters have to say about that is speaking to will stay at home moms and working mothers and those working managed to -- -- stay at home as we well now he joins us live from Washington.
So John what do you hearing from -- and these ladies.
Well no surprise Martha they have an awful lot to say -- talked to two women yesterday both of whom made the decision to leave their careers and become stay at home moms they were shocked.
By what Hilary Rosen had to say last week about and Romney holly Morris called that statement quote pride full and ignorant.
Holly left the job -- real -- to take care of her daughter grace -- -- -- her husband's also in real -- as you can imagine.
But the economic downturn things have been pretty tough for them financially.
In recent years she is acutely aware even as a stay at home mom of the economy -- what a struggle it is to keep up.
Here's an example my peanut -- just -- -- dollar.
You know and -- when peanut -- goes up for it goes up -- goes up everything goes up we need to start.
Spending responsibly will we need to become better stewards of our money and I'm talking about families to including my own family.
You know every day holly gets calls from creditors that she can't -- she says that she wants a president who will get the economy going lift the housing market again so.
She and her husband can clear the deck of all the debt that they've racked up.
NASA's have been obviously a lot of talk about the so called mommy wars out there.
A what are you learning as you talked to women voters out there about what the biggest issues are for that.
Yeah you know for for all this talk about contraception and personhood bread and butter issues of the big ones for them take -- -- Katie for example.
-- using corporate marketing at IBM she left in 2004 to become a full time on she's got three children.
And it is her youngest -- -- ten months or she's a swing voter says she's taking a look around this year her top issues.
The economy taxes and energy.
I don't know a single person out there that's not concerned about the tax situation and where things are going.
About the future of our energy policies and the impact of gas and what we're going to do you to have.
A degree of energy independence that impacts the day today ins and outs of every female that I now.
That's talking to these two women -- there was an interesting take away from it because neither one of them -- any difference between the issues that they were concerned about as women.
And what men are concerned about this election year.
Now that's exactly my take away listening to those women -- they care about the stuff there -- cares about of course and that's putting food on the table and an improving economic situation interesting.
Words of wisdom from the two -- them thank you so much --
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