GOP Strategist: Ann Romney a ‘Win’

    LAS VEGAS, NV - FEBRUARY 01:  Ann Romney (L) and her husband, Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, point to children in the crowd during a campaign rally at Brady Industries February 1, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Romney won the Florida primary on January 31 and is now looking ahead to Nevada's caucus on February 4.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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    Republican strategist Nicolle Wallace said Friday that the Hilary Rosen-Ann Romney spat over stay-at-home mothers has been a “win in every regard” for the Romney campaign. “The Romney campaign has handled this brilliantly, and kudos to them,” said Wallace, a former adviser to John McCain and George W. Bush. While Dan Schur, McCain’s former communications director, said that one comment by an unaffiliated Democratic strategist may not make “much difference,” but it has given Mitt Romney’s campaign the opening it needs to try to win woo women voters. Even Vice-President Joe Biden weighed in, calling Rosen’s comments “an outrageous assertion.”

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