President Obama as well as Mitt Romney(Photo: John Moore, Getty Images)
6:46AM EDT Oct 18. 2012 – A latest word is entering a domestic lexicon: “Binders.”
Mitt Romney’s reference of “binders” in Tuesday’s discuss — during a contention of efforts to sinecure some-more women when he was administrator of Massachusetts — stirred a frenzy upon Twitter, as well as has right away found a approach in to President Obama’s branch speech.
“We do not have to sequence up a little binders to find qualified, talented, driven immature women to sense as well as learn as well as flower as well as begin businesses,” Obama told backers final night during Ohio University in Athens.
During a debate, Romney pronounced which after his 2002 choosing as governor, “I went to a series of women’s groups as well as said, can we assistance us find folks? And they brought us total binders full of women.”
Republicans pronounced a latest “binder” domestic meme reflects a miss of piece from President Obama.
“The debate of goal as well as shift is right away resorting to Big Bird as well as meaningless domestic attacks such as criticizing Governor Mitt Romney for augmenting a series of women in Massachusetts state government,” pronounced Republican Party orator Kirsten Kukowski.
Presidential campaigns have prolonged enriched a language: “There we go again … You’re no Jack Kennedy … Giant sucking receptive to advice … Social Security close box …”
Will “binders full of women” stick on a list?
David Jackson has been a contributor for some-more than 3 decades, as well as right away covers a White House for USA TODAY. He enjoys politics, books, movies, as well as college football — not indispensably in which order.
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