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What is your opinion of Romney's "Binders Full of Women" remark?


At the second presidential debate, a female audience member asked Romney about his plans to bring about equality in the workplace. His response was that he went to Women's groups and asked for qualified applicants. His remark was that they gave him "Binders Full of Women". Was this a valid point and phrase, or did Romney slip up?

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    Sheila (Conservative Lady) 4 years ago

    I agree completely rfmoran - ridiculous that this is even an issue....


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    Sheila (Conservative Lady) 4 years ago

    I second that one - well said fpher48!


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    Dr Billy Kidd 4 years ago

    It make me think of Romney's casual comment about buying a factory in China where the women workers lived 12 to a dorm room with one bathroom and made $2 a day. He seemed uninterested, as if fairness for women just isn't an issue for him.

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