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"Binders Full Of Women": The Dumbest Campaign Controversy Since Big Bird

dungbeard Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 11:54 PM
I hope Obama continues to get his campaign messages from the Twitter-meme, hipster, moron crowd. Romney, as the adult, is going to win this thing, big time.
Hardrock Lausanne Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 12:01 AM
Don't be too sure. The younger, hipster, social media types are moving into positions of cultural influence right now. They are the coming generation. And don't be too quick to call them morons - they're one of the most highly educated generations this country has produced in a while.
twistedfreak Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 12:56 AM
...who get their news from John Stewart and Steven Colbert. Geniuses.
Mr. M2 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 2:01 AM
.....and one of the least wise.
wpeeters Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 4:03 AM
positions of cultural influence!?
What a joke.
Have you seen them being interviewed? A dog has more brains and common sense than these younger, hipster, social media types. They're so indoctrinated they can't even THINK for themselves.They can't even fend for themselves and expect everything to be done for them. They won't stand a chance in the real life the rest of us is living in.
Spikeygrrl Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 2:51 AM
Kittens: They have been "educated" mainly by K-12 "public" (government-monopoly) school social engineers, uber-Leftist college professors, and The Daily Show. Yay.

"A LITTLE knowledge is a dangerous thing." -- Alexander Pope
If you went to some liberal-leaning news outlets to find post-debate analysis from the second presidential debate, you would think Governor Romney’s “binders full of women” comment was the most important moment of the night.

Liberal news outlets were quick to pounce on Governor’s Romney’s answer to debate audience member Katharine Fenton’s question on gender pay inequality. Now, these left-leaning sites are discussing the governor’s somewhat awkward answer and devoting it as front-page worthy news, taking up space they could use to discuss more important substance from the debate such as the two candidates plans for the economy.