Rush Limbaugh charged that CNN is leading " a war on women" on Friday, doubling down on his attack of Hilary Rosen's comments.
Rosen, a Democratic strategist, caused a kerfuffle on Thursday after saying that Ann Romney had "never worked a day in her life." The remark prompted all sides to jump in and defend the work of stay-at-home moms. Limbaugh joined the fray on Thursday, ranting about Rosen's comments and liberals for the bulk of his three-hour program.
The radio host was still incensed about Democratic response to Rosen on Friday. He was outraged that Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod appeared on CNN saying that Rosen is a pundit for the network, and not an advisor to the administration or the Democratic National Committee.
"From that, I conclude this is a CNN war on women and CNN war on moms because Hilary Rosen is their employee," he alleged.
"I might get on my knees and beg Democrats to continue to bash Ann Romney," he continued. "I'm happy that they're taking the lead from David Axelrod to welcome CNN now to the war on women. CNN leading the war on stay-at-home moms."
His comments were a continuation of his passionate rant on Thursday. He had blasted liberals' attitudes towards women, and defended Ann Romney. On Friday, he also said, "If I had a daughter, she would look like Ann Romney."
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