I came across the word, “Security mom” and “Wal-Mart mom” in the following statement in my newspaper clippings, originally in Time: Can Obama Win Back Wal-Mart Moms?
"The women that are different in some ways from their "soccer mom" and "security mom" sisters of those earlier election cycles. They are slightly older than soccer moms (in their 40s and 50s) and are juggling another set of problems — how to pay for college for their kids, how to take care of their elderly parents. They are also less upscale. Lacking college degrees, Democratic pollster Celinda Lake calls them "Wal-Mart moms" and "Wal-Mart grandmas" and says they are not so much undecided as conflicted in making their choice this year."
The “Wal-Mart mom” is well defined in the above statement. I also know “soccer mom," "tiger mom," and "helicopter mom.” But what is “Security mom”? Google search shows mosaic album of women under the heading of ”Security woman,” but it doesn’t give definitions of the word.
Is it associated with earlier Obama-care initiative? Is the word still current?