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Published: Friday, Sept. 21 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Well, of course all criticism will cease should Mitt gain the office of POTUS.
Is this women ever in for a life changing surprise.

Colorado Springs, CO

Stop it, you guys! This is hard! Waaa, waaa, waaa.

Really? You didn't think it would be hard? You didn't think of this before jumping into the ring yourselves? If you win, guess what? It gets harder!

Richard Larson
Galt, CA

Husband sticks his foot in his mouth around every corner.
Wife boo-hoos about being picked on.
You think it is tough now annie, just you wait!

Huntsville, UT


Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

"Ann Romney took on Republican critics of her husband's campaign Thursday night in Iowa, telling Radio Iowa that if they think they would do better, they should try running themselves."

Uh they did, but your husband won the primary.

"Stop it. this is hard." Ann said.
I don't recall Michelle telling the press, be nice, you guys are being mean to my husband.
Totally out of touch.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Sorry Ann -- When you become the President of the United State, YOU become "the help".
You work for us, not the other way around.

If you want it, get used to it.

BTW -- I find it hilarious that Mitt has run his whole campaign each and everyday for the last 6 years critizing the current President, and now you want people to stop it?!

It's called Karma - What goes around, comes around.
Jesus talks alot about it.
Judging others, and then being judged by the exact same measure, ect.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

no fit in St. George
Richard Larson

you guys all know BO's lap-dog media will cotton NO criticism of Michelle, yet you have no problem lambasting Ann.

Thank you perpetuating and adding further proof to the obvious double standard of the left they/you are too blind to see.

Salt Lake City, Utah


Now you know how I feel as a school teacher and member of the teachers union when your husband constantly criticizes me. What I do is hard to and I say to him "Stop it. this is hard. You want to try it? Get in the ring,"

Colorado Springs, CO

@Lost: Ann said it; Michelle didn't. I would say the same thing about Michelle if she were to say it!

Richard Larson
Galt, CA

lost in DC,
Funny, I do not recall that this
article being about President Obama, Michelle
or this so-called lap dog media.
Paranoid much?

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Believe me - If Michelle Obama had said this, FoxNews wouldn't stopped the presses, Rush Limbaugh would have turned around and came back behind the Golden EIB microphaone, and Hannity would have stayed on into the night to get it out.


She didn't, and Ann did.

Ann isn't used to having "the Help", "the little people", or the "those people" being critical.

Snobbish Eletists spend their lives surrounded by "Yes men" who Fawn and Praise over their every move. They are told how they can do no wrong, ever by those around them creating their false sense of superiority.

They actually feel they are "entitled" to it.

You never heard of the Emporor's New Clothes?

It's another indicator just how "out of Touch" the Romney's are to the rest of America.

ute alumni
Tengoku, UT

lots of wannabes commenting here. jealousy is like a cancer. keep beating up on Ann. now do you feel better?

Colorado Springs, CO

@Ute: Again, Ann said it. She's the one who is whining, and whining to those who supposedly support her and her husband! They are the ones you should be sending your comments to, not the posters.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

xscribe, R. Larson, LDS Lib,

so what if Ann did or did not say anything or if Michelle did or did not say anything?

What I said before still stands - BO's lap-dog media (which does not include Fox) will bear no criticism of Michelle. and thank you for proving my point that you are blind to the double standard.

when you refer to snobbish elitists who surround themselves eith yes-men, you're talking BO, right? After all, he never served as a bishop or stake president and dealt directly with indivuals, helping them with spiritual and temporal issues. All BO did was show community groups how to leach off the system, how to demand their "entitlements".

Saint George, UT


Mrs. Obama has been mocked by repubs since the 2008 campaign.

It is somehow supposed to be different, for the wife, of the repub nominee?

When Mrs. Romney makes a choice to enter the narrative of the campaign she will be treated with the same deference given to Mrs. Obama.

What goes around, comes around.

Ogden, UT

Why is she complaining when people tell the truth about Willard? Why is she complaining when people tell the truth about her? She sounds like he thinks she and Willard are entitled to universal approval nd acceptance and love. Guess what, Ann -- you aren't. Willard is not the best things since sliced bread, to use the old adage, and he is NOT what the United States needs -- in fact he is the LAST thing the United States needs. Ann is absolutely not qualified to speak about what most women need and want (ana especially not about tne needs of those women who work outside the home and worry where how they will put food on the table and the roof over their heads and the heads of their families).

Ann really needds to get a clue, as does Willard.

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