Gov. Bob McDonnell Defends Romney’s “Binders Full of Women” Comment

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October 22, 2012

8:09 PM

According to The Washington Post, Gov. Bob McDonnell defended Mitt Romney’s “binders full of women” comment during a talk with CNN’s Soledad O’Brien. “Mitt Romney’s point was that he actually affirmatively went out to make sure that he had great, competent, qualified women in his cabinet,” McDonnell said. “I think at one point, he had more women in his Cabinet than any governor in the country.” He also stated that women are concerned about the economy and government, not just about social issues.

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  1. simmertime
    October 22, 2012 at 9:29 PM

    Apparently the DEMs have nothing of merit to brag about Obama, so they come up with "binders" of women. They need to get in the game and worry about real issues. Next they will suggest that homosexuality is normal or unlimited abortions respect life or spending more equals improved quality of life or 47% of the people deserve to be supported by the 52%.

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