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CAMPAIGN 2012

Ann Romney "Sure Ain't Missed a Hell of a Lot"

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Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, visits supporters at Georgia's Romney campaign headquarters in March.(AP Photo/David Tulis)

Ann Romney is not the first political figure from a rich and famous Massachusetts family to be criticized for living a life free from the boss man and the time clock.
In 1962, a young Senate candidate named Edward M. Kennedy was chastised in debate for never having worked for a living. And here's a lesson for Hilary Rosen, the Democratic talking head who said the same thing about Mitt Romney's wife Ann: The public decided the charge was unfair. Kennedy won the election.

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