Yesterday CNN published and quickly took down an article titled "Do Hormones Drive Women's Votes?" From what I could discern from the reporting, women don't even cast formal ballots anymore. They just write Barack Obama's name in cursive script, over and over again on their Lisa Frank binders, and send that in to their Board of Elections in lieu of an absentee ballot. States have to accept this as a valid vote thanks to ACORN.
Men, on the other hand, vote using pure logic. Their gonads secrete the reason hormone directly into the bloodstream, which allows them to base their decisions on a careful, dispassionate analysis of the issues. Issues, such as, who won the Illinois versus Ohio State foot ball game?
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Or, as CNN.com puts it, "Do hormones drive women's votes?" Sorry, CNN, you will have to answer this very important question by yourself because I am totally on the rag right now WHERE IS THE CHOCOLATE ACK OMG LOL WHO IS RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT IS IT JIMMY CHOO OMG OMG BATHING SUIT!!1!
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With so much misinformation floating around on the Internet, it's hard to know who to trust when it comes to your health. Here — with the help of members of the House Committee on Science and Technology, medical doctors and assorted experts on the business of ladybusiness — is an assemblage of the cutting-edge science you won't find on WebMD. Call it WebGOP.
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This is the Avery Economy Binder with 1-Inch Round Ring available through Amazon for $1.88, which is a pretty good price. However, it's currently getting some mixed reviews from customers, some of whom say it does an "amazing" job of holding all the women in their life, and other are "disappointed" with its inability to hold a plethora of female friends and family at once.
Take a look at some of our favorite Amazon reviews after the jump…
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Rep. Paul Ryan on Mitt Romney's "binders of women" comment…
"All he simply meant was that he went out of his way to try to recruit qualified women to serve in his administration when he was governor. That's really what he was saying."
Fair enough. That makes sense to me. Somebody tell the Internet. Let them know they can stand down.
They're usually pretty good about those things. Reasonable bunch of people.
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