"Governor Romney was a tremendous proponent of bringing women into the state. There's no doubt about it," Bramson said. "But the impetus for this was not Governor Romney, but this other organization, MassGAP."
Mermell, a Democrat and town official in Brookline, Mass., said Romney did not request any names after his 2002 election. Instead, she said MassGAP approached Romney's team as part of its effort, begun before the election, to make sure that more women were appointed to senior positions in the new administration.It seems Mitt Romney has done stepped in it again. Another speech, another miss statement. How does he do it? This time his usual 'Myth' building had to do with not answering a question dealing with women's equality in the work place. Instead of answering Mitt went onto this tangent about how he went on a search far and wide, to find qualified women fore his cabinet. Wow, what a champion for women's rights he is. Really?
Of course, as it always seems to be the case with Mitt, the reality turns out to be more myth then reality. And whats worse, the impetus on getting more women wasn’t even his idea, it was other peoples.
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© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, October 18, 2012