Breastfeeding Moms Equal Capitol Hill Bipartisanship

Thu, January 6, 2011

Democrats, Moms & Politics, Republicans

Networking in non-traditional settings is nothing new for women. When our husbands think we’re just hanging out with the girls or managing the soccer game and birthday party schedules for our kids, we know that those relationships can be, and usually are, much more than just lost time. So when I read a recent New York Times story about women on both sides of the political aisle taking advantage of Capitol Hill lactation rooms, I thought that these so-called “boob cubes” could be one small step, if not the key, to the new American bipartisanship.

And guess what?  I’m not the only one who thinks it’s time to embrace new ways to make a power play on Capitol Hill.  Read more about the new stealth networking techniques at my Politics Daily column!

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One Response to “Breastfeeding Moms Equal Capitol Hill Bipartisanship”

  1. Daisy Says:

    Great column! I’ll take it one step further. The Secretary of Defense should be an autism mom. We always, always, plan an exit strategy.


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