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Hillary didn’t have to do women’s work

This is in response to “The value of women’s work” from the Feb. 7 edition of The Union.

Being a homemaker, man or woman, is a big job. I worked outside my home and did everything that homemakers do. This does not qualify me in any way to run a government. It was blatantly obvious that Mr. Romney was referring to Hillary’s political experience as far as “running things.” In addition Hillary had a luxury that most of us don’t have. Being the first lady and living in the White House, she had a staff to take care of any homemaker’s needs at her disposal. I’m sure Bill Clinton had a dozen people taking care of his appointments.

Hillary did accomplish something. She worked on a health care plan that probably cost taxpayers millions and that failed miserably.

Patty Pittman

Chicago Park

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