At last night’s presidential debate, instead of answering a question on gender inequality in the workplace, Mitt Romney gave a bizarre answer about the “binders full of women” he allegedly used to hire women into his Cabinet.**
Paul Ryan knows he can’t get into the White House running on the idea that working families should pay for tax breaks for billionaires, so he’s taking out a $2 million insurance policy in an attempt to hang on to his seat in Congress.
“Dishonest,” “Ryan Misleads,” “Fails The Truth,” “Breathtakingly Dishonest,” “Whoppers,” “Amnesia”
Something in the paper yesterday really scared me -- Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate was referred to as part of the “Wisconsin takeover of the world.”
At the same time that Wisconsin is leading the nation in job loss under Scott Walker, his Republican Party has salted the earth for economic development and instead focused on enacting extreme social policy that has devastated programs critical to women and children’s health, interfered in the relationship between women and their doctors and stripped pay equity protections for women, veterans, seniors and disabled workers.
As Mitt Romney travels through Wisconsin ahead of the state’s Republican primary on Tuesday, he is joined by Paul Ryan, architect of the Republican plan to end Medicare as we know it.