Mitt Romney’s second-in-command when he was governor of Massachusetts and a coalition of women's groups rallied Wednesday behind the Republican presidential nominee in the face of a rapidly expanding Internet phenomenon poking fun at his "binders full of women."<quoted text>
That's really hilarious coming from someone who's shilling for the most mendacious individual ever to seek the presidency and his equally dishonest running mate.
In Tuesday's debate he came up with a whole new lie in that he actively sought qualified women after he was elected governor and as a result of that request received "binders full of women". The group that gave him this list of women, MassGAP, made it up well before the election and presented it to him when he was elected. He never requested this information.
But that's only one of several falsehoods he spewed during the latest debate.
The supporters said Romney, indeed, asked for and received binders with names of potential female candidates for high-level posts -- backing up his claim in Tuesday night's debate that as governor he had reached out to women's groups because he was dissatisfied with the mostly male applicants for jobs in his administration.
Kerry Healey, Romney’s former lieutenant governor, said 10 of the 20 top positions in the administration were filled by women -- more than any other state in the nation.
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