Diogenes wrote: RA you better do some more research on this as he has a very good record in terms of women in his cabinet - not just low or level entry positions.
http://www.blogher.com/what-women-shoul ... itt-romney
I didn't see any specific positions mentioned in this blog so it's hard to say if these women are mainly made up of support staff or not.
Here is an article about the non profit group that Romney was referring to.
The advocacy group that provided Mitt Romney’s 2002 Massachusetts gubernatorial team with the “binders full of women” Romney referenced in Tuesday night’s presidential debate says the Republican presidential nominee didn’t exactly have the facts right when he told the tale at Hofstra University.
The binders of prospective female appointees that Romney claimed to have had compiled upon being elected to the top job in the Bay State a decade ago were actually made without his guidance before he won, officials with MassGAP, an advocacy group focused on getting more women into top Massachusetts government jobs, said Wednesday.
“While MassGAP is a nonpartisan effort, its organizers feel it is imperative to set the record straight about the efforts it spearheaded in 2002 and the results of that effort,” Marissa Szabo, associate director of the MA Women’s Political Caucus (lead sponsor of MassGAP) told TPM Wednesday.
Here’s how Romney told the story on the debate stage Tuesday.
“We took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet,” he said. “I went to a number of women’s groups and said, ‘Can you help us find folks,’ and they brought us whole binders full of women.”
http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/ ... hp?ref=fpa
"Binders full of women". I think a better choice of words could have been "They provided me with many outstanding resumes from qualified women". The guy is as good as Biden with the gaffe routine.