I did not read the interview, was there something she said that drew you to the conclusion that she would not be an advocate for people with MS?
maynaka wrote:Correct me if I'm reading too much into your post, but it sounds to me, that in your opinion, neither of the Romneys could say anything right?
Loriyas wrote:My 2 cents-I don't think Anne Romney has any duty or responsibility to advocate or even discuss her MS if she so chooses. It is a private matter and she is not the candidate. I would not discuss my MS if I were her either. I don't do it now. It is simply a part of me (as it is of her). It feels like some commenters here think she has some sort of obligation because she is "one of us". I do not believe that is the case. If she does become first lady and chooses to make MS her focus (like other first ladies have done with their projects such as Barbara Bush and reading) then I would think that is wonderful. But she does not owe it to anyone to do so.
I am happy for her that she is feeling well whatever she attributes that to.
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