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Candidates differ on how to help women in workplace - Bowling Green Daily News: Commentary

COMMENTARY Candidates differ on how to help women in workplace

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Posted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 10:17 am

Mitt Romney’s wince-inducing suggestion for gender equality, “binders full of women,” has become almost as much of major Mitt-ism from the second presidential debate as “Big Bird” was in the first.

But I’m not mad at him. The Republican candidate’s expression sounded a bit crude, but he had the right idea. After all, it is far, far better for Romney to have “binders full of women” than to be, say, a blind fool about women.

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