Wednesday, October 17, 2012
During his coverage of the second presidential debate Jon Stewart offered some alternative phrases Mitt Romney could have used besides "binders full of women," including "book of broads" and "notebook of nipples."
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, and Justin Bartha filmed this voting PSA while on location for The Hangover 3.
Election Prep with Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, and Justin Bartha from Zach Galifianakis
Stephen Colbert poses as George Washington for photographer Annie Leibovitz. ᔥ Vanity Fair Fox News is pissed that Michelle Obama clapped for her husband at the debate. ᔥ HyperVocal If you search "binders full of women" on Twitter, you'll get an ad for @BarackObama. ᔥ Politico David Lynch has a very David Lynch reason for endorsing President Obama. ᔥ 90 Days, 90 Reasons The Koch brothers may have gotten their idea to tell their employees how to vote from Mitt Romney himself. ᔥ ThinkProgress
These are the women from the infamous binders Mitt Romney was talking about last night.
In Joe Biden's experience, qualified women have always been in "abundance," so he didn't quite understand Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" comment. Paul Ryan, on the other hand, doesn't get why everyone thinks Romney's remark was so weird.
The morning after a tense night on Long Island, Candy Crowley rehashes the debate and tries to deflect accusations of bias with the ladies of The View.
Vice President Joe Biden praises President Obama's performance at last night's debate and explains what he was laughing about last week in his debate with Paul Ryan.
We'll have to wait until tonight to get Jon Stewart's take on the second presidential debate, but in the meantime, here he is covering Paul Ryan's soup kitchen fail.
Stephen Colbert also reported on Paul Ryan's "Atlas Scrubbed" moment.