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Women Who Worked for Romney: Faux Binder Controversy Ridiculous

kittees Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:17 AM
WOMEN OF AMERICA: At least Mitt Romney keeps you in binders. He strapped his dog to the top of his car!! Count your blessings!! LOL!!!!
Williams2028 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:23 AM
Rather than basing your opinion on our liberal media b.s., how about you actually do some research? It's not that hard, even you can do it.... A National Survey conducted by the University of NY Albany found that the Romney Administration had more SENIOR WOMEN in LEADERSHIP POSITIONS than any other state in America!!!
Count your blessings that those of us with actual brains are going to VOTE OBAMA OUT of the Whitehouse!
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:21 AM
The economy is on the edge of a cliff, the Middle East is crumbling and libs talk about dogs on car roofs, and folders with women's resumes.

Deep thinkers......real deep.
aj59 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:24 AM
That's all they know how to do, rmt5. Kittee and Harry would make a great couple, dontcha think? A couple of misinformed boobs that is!
Becca in TX Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 2:02 PM
rmt5-They only talk so much about such inanities, because they trying to avoid talking about Obama's abysmal record.
harry calohan Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:20 AM
Therefore logical progression demands............

That since Obama ate dog...............his own War on Women is comparatively tame.
harry calohan Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:21 AM
Besides, Obama doesn't put women in Binders. HE PUTS THEM IN STRAIGHT-JACKETS.

Women who worked under Mitt Romney when he was Governor of Massachusetts are speaking out against the latest "binders full of women" faux controversy. As Romney said during the presidential debate Tuesday night, he had more women in high power positions during his time as governor than any other governor in the country, yet liberals are desperately trying to continue their pathetic "war on women" meme.

“He totally gets working women, especially working women like myself who had two young kids,” Ellen Roy Herzfelder, a former state secretary of environmental affairs, says in the 30-second ad.