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    Posted October 16, 2012 by
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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Ellie613 says she was offended by Governor Romney's comments about women in the workplace and his stance on automatic weapons. She said President Obama won last night's debate because he answered many of the questions directly and was consistent with the answers he has been giving throughout the campaign.

    'When discussing his stance on an automatic weapons ban, Governor Romney said that "mom and dads should be married before they have children”. This blew me away. Unless there is some data that states that children conceived out of wedlock are more likely to use assault weapons, or for that fact, are more violent, the answer was not relevant to the question,' she says.

    'It seemed Romney was passing judgment on anyone who has had a child out of wedlock as being responsible for a violent society.'
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    I was offended by Romney saying the way to help women was for employers to be flexible for them to get home in time to take care of their kids. Take a dip into the present! Two parent working families BOTH take care of kids and dinner. Also.. the way to deal with assault weapons is to make sure that moms and dads get married before they have babies?????? Legislate morals why don't you. Extremely offensive to women.
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