Stop sweating, Mitt: It's a simple question. Paycheck Fairness, yes or no? (Jim Young/Reuters)
Senate Democrats are trying to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, to take the next big step past the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Senate Republicans blocked it in 2010 despite a 58-vote majority in favor at the time. What could make congressional Republicans change their mind? Well, there's this little thing called a presidential election, and their party's presumptive nominee has said that he is favor of pay equity—in principle.
This morning, on a conference call with reporters, Mitt Romney's campaign stepped in it again: Sam Stein asks Romney folks if Romney who loves women supports Lily Ledbetter Act. A terse reply: "We'll get back to you on that." — @Dav... Read Post
Mitt Romney can count his lady supporters on one hand (Tim Shaffer/Reuters) It sure does suck to be Mitt Romney. This morning, his campaign wasn't sure whether he supports the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and promised to get back to... Read Post