Rosen, on a panel to debate women as a political constituency with Margaret Hoover and host Christine Romans, explained that it did not make sense to “think of women as a constituency– we are the majority,” and she and Hoover agreed that, as far as the economy goes, women are just as much at its mercy as men.

Hoover argued that the “War on Women” was an attempt by Democrats to acquire more women voters because “they are losing men,” though Rosen disagreed that it was wise to see women as a constituency affected by issues in a particular way. “I hate this word, ‘War on Women,’” she said, to which Hoover agreed– “it’s so political and terrible.” “Such a bad vibe, and it’s got such terrible energy, and it’s really disturbing,” she argued.