October 17th, 2012
10:38 PM ET

KTH: 'Binders full of women' time line

Keeping Them Honest, Anderson Cooper reports on the truth about Mitt Romney's involvement in MassGAP, a program to appoint more women in government in Massachusetts.

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  1. Ben

    Why are you guys letting Fox News and the republicans keep rehashing the Bengazi incident? Does the President and the intelligence community have to give us a blow by blow on every national security incident.

    Can't you guys see that this is more about the election than anything else, there will be no security if all the intelligence is placed in the news,

    October 24, 2012 at 8:20 pm |
  2. Moud

    I find The Binder comment Governor Romney not as offensive as the notion that he can't find one qualified woman within his network or place of work as governor. He had to go to women groups asking them to find him ualified women...Unbelievable

    October 17, 2012 at 11:30 pm |
  3. Jane - WI

    How about a little analysis of the President and his crusade for equal pay for women?
    Has there been any analysis of what women make in the Obama White House versus what the men make?
    How about the number of women Mr. Obama has in top jobs in his administration versus the number of men?

    If there is to be scrutiny of Gov. Romney and women working for him, why not the same scrutiny of President Obama? After all, he is the champion of women being paid equally to men, so let's see if he is walking the talk.

    Also, I agree with equal pay for women as long as it is truly equal. There needs to be equal education, equal experience, equal willingness to put in the extra hours that might be necessary, etc. After all, a new person hired at McDonalds certainly should not expect equal pay as someone who has done the job for 2 years. the same should be true of women on any job. Equal means equal, including all the things that go with it.

    October 17, 2012 at 10:47 pm |