Romney boasted that during his term as governor, Massachusetts had more women in senior leadership positions than any other state in America. "Now one of the reasons I was able to get so many good women to be part of that team was because of our recruiting effort," he said.
This statement, too, is misleading. While 42 percent of Romney’s appointments during his first two and a half years as governor were women, the number of women in high-level appointed positions actually declined to 27.6 percent during his full tenure as governor, according to a 2007 MassGAP study.
Another lie is exposed, and another lie will have little or no impact because what gets Romney in trouble is not lying; it's telling the truth: 47 percent.
UPDATE: for a great laugh on the whole binders things, go to, of course, Twitter.