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After the 2nd Presidential debate last night, the Internet is full of the latest meme. Where are Romney's Binders Full of Women?

We'll try to investigate - ah ha, Hillary is on the case:

Hillary Clinton wonders about Romney's Binders.

Wait until I pull out my binder

Romney - "Binders full of women"

Binders Full of Women Are Like Facebook @bindersofwomen

Binders Full of Women Are Like Facebook

Romney and Hillary Clinton Women full of binders

Mitt Romney asking Hillary Clinton about "Women Full of Binders" after last nights debate.

If you have a favorite "Binders Full of Women" share with us below.

Thu Oct 18, 2012 at 5:05 PM PT: Romney with Bain Capital execs No Binders Full of Women

Romney with Bain Capital executives enjoying their offshore money. An all-male club. No "Binders Full of Women" here

Thu Oct 18, 2012 at 6:34 PM PT:

Very funny video:
Binders Full of Women (Video) by Jonathan Mann

Fri Oct 19, 2012 at 2:55 AM PT: Vote yes for women's suffrage. 50% Binders Full of Women on Twitpic

Vote yes for women's suffrage.Binders Full of Women

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