Womack on the hand is covering a position which (although people here love him) Freel just can't play everyday.
The point is neither can Womack, his game is weak and his place on the Reds roster means that a better player is losing out and the Reds in turn are losing out.
Tony Womack came up on turf and had a speed game, he's had 1 above average season since he's moved off SS and even that was borderline good. Now he's 36 years old and on his 6th team in 4 seasons.
Defending Womack's game and what he can give the Reds in the long term is baseball Gallipoli.