BILL MAHER, HOST: What’s it like without help? [Applause] You know, I mean, it’s, look, I have not, I mean Fox News was up my a-- this week about I was attacking Ann Romney. I wasn't attacking Ann Romney last week. I was just pointing out that going to work is a very different thing than staying home. I don’t know. I was going by my own experience having sh---y jobs.
CHYSTIA FREELAND, REUTERS: I'm the only person who's a mother here and I'm a working mother, and I have to say for myself when I step out the door on to the streets to go to my office, I breathe a sigh of relief. I find being in the office easier.
BUCKHOLZ: Absolutely, it is a respite. There are so many women who do go to work just as she said.
MAHER: And that’s fine. Again, I don't have the experience of both. So I take, I don’t know, I was never a mother. I did have sh---y jobs. I’m just saying it's different. It’s different. And I'm not attacking Ann Romney. She's brought up five very shiny and remarkably lifelike boys.
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