In an interview with Anderson Cooper last week, Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen criticized presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's wife Ann saying she had "never worked a day in her life" and she wouldn't understand current economics.
What Rosen failed to point out was that Ann Romney was a homemaker and a stay-at-home mom. She raised five sons and worked at home while her husband climbed the ranks in business outside the home.
Since that interview, Rosen has been the target of critics who say her remarks were offensive. Even Ann Romney herself jumped on the Twitter bandwagon, setting up her own account to address the situation.
"I made a choice to stay home and raise five boys," she Tweeted. "Believe me, it was hard work."
So, all this talk begs the question: does a homemaker and stay-at-home mom really "work?" Tell us in the comments below.