Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Bush sympathizes with working mothers!

In Omaha on Friday, a divorced single mother named Mary Mornin tells the president, "I have one child, Robbie, who is mentally challenged, and I have two daughters."

"Fantastic," the president exclaims, and he tells her she has "the hardest job in America, being a single mom."

Later, the 57-year old Mornin tells Bush that she works three jobs, which the president deems "uniquely American" and "fantastic." He asks her if she gets any sleep.

2 Comments:

Blogger Nicky said...

'Uniquely American' and 'fantastic'...Well, that's just precious. She's got a job for each child. How lucky is that? I'm so grateful we have a president that can see the flowers and sunshine in the midst of a single mother's hell. Three jobs, three children (and one of them with special needs)...Gee, I'll bet she's able to spend alot of time giving her children the love and the attention that they need to grow up to be 'Uniquely American'...Fantastic, indeed.

Wednesday, February 09, 2005 10:41:00 AM  
Blogger Brook said...

and notice she is 57! i could be wrong -- but i bet she has taken in somegrandkids. 57 is pretty old to have THREE children living at home unless you have extended you family, somehow.

i just she left there with a clearer sense of what the Chimperor really thinks of her.

Wednesday, February 09, 2005 10:49:00 AM  

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