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Binders Full of Women: Celebrities React to Obama Romney Debate

Binder Full of Stars!

Forget “binders full of women,” we’ve got a binder, well, more like a slideshow, full of stars! Stars who have shared their support, statements, hilarious jokes and reactions to the second presidential debate beteween Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.

One of the big one liners (which went totally viral after the debate) was Mitt Romney’s statement about “binders full of women.” Check out what the celebrities from screen, the music world and reality TV had to say about the that line and the performances of the Obama and Romney right here. nggallery id=’119143′

  • Patton Oswalt 1 of 16
    Patton Oswalt
    Patton Oswalt tweeted throughout the entire debate with all sorts of zingers like, "This isn't so bad for Romney. He can easily win this without single moms, immigrants, the middle class or all women. #debate." He also tweeted, "Binders? I have Moleskines full of women." -- Brooklyn misogynist. #debate"
    Source: Twitter
  • Michael Moore 2 of 16
    Michael Moore
    Michael Moore tweeted, "Romney says he gave birth to Staples. Staples sells lots of binders. You fill in the punch line... #staplesbinders"
    Source: Twitter
  • David Arquette 3 of 16
    David Arquette
    David Arquette tweeted his own joke, "they brought us binders full of women (at Zumba)" - Mitt Romney."
    Source: Twitter
  • Bethenny Frankel, 4 of 16
    Bethenny Frankel,
    Bethenny posed an interesting question: "@MittRomney is about to throw down. @barackobama gave him that look. Can you imagine if they could really use the words they want?"
    Source: Twitter
  • Ivanka Trump 5 of 16
    Ivanka Trump
    Ivanka has been very supportive of Mitt Romney, but she called it a tie after today's debate saying, "Both the #President and #Governor ended strongly. What did you think of the #debate.#Election2012"
    Source: Twitter
  • Elizabeth Banks 6 of 16
    Elizabeth Banks
    Elizabeth Banks makes no qualms about sharing her political opinion. She tweeted, "The answer to gun violence is no single moms. Thanks Romney. #Douche #debate"
    Source: Twitter
  • Mia Farrow 7 of 16
    Mia Farrow
    Mia Farrow took to Twitter to voice her opinion. "One man was presidential tonight. It wasn't Mitt Romney"
    Source: Twitter
  • Russell Simmons 8 of 16
    Russell Simmons
    An enthusiastic Russell Simmons tweeted, "great night for Barack! Tomorrow morning, let's get to work! 21 days to win this election! #TeamObama"
    Source: Twitter
  • Kyle Richards 9 of 16
    Kyle Richards
    "Ohh , this could get ugly #debate2012" How ugly? She later tweeted, "I'm taking notes for our season 3 #RHOBH Reunion #debate2012"
    Source: Twitter
  • Alyssa Milano 10 of 16
    Alyssa Milano
    Alyssa Milano felt she had to say something after followers on Twitter commented on the political messages she was posting. She stated, "If you don't like my tweets, instead of being hurtful & mean, you can just quietly unfollow me."
    Source: Twitter
  • Joy Behar 11 of 16
    Joy Behar
    Joy Behar went to Twitter saying, "Romney said he sat cross the table from people who lost their jobs. That's because he fired them"
    Source: Twitter
  • Jason Alexander 12 of 16
    Jason Alexander
    Jason Alexander (of Seinfeld fame) tweeted, "When Romney said tonite he doesn't think employers should dictate contraception, he lied. He supports in print the Blunt amendment. Read it."
    Source: Twitter
  • Solange Knowles 13 of 16
    Solange Knowles
    She simply stated, "Yes.... @BarackObama"
    Source: Twitter
  • Sandra Bernhard 14 of 16
    Sandra Bernhard
    Comedian Sandra Bernhard got serious tweeting, "Please do not bring the religious crap into it, you went to France as a missionary you are so detached from what people feel or need in this country women students working class people you have contempt for those struggling 47%"
    Source: Twitter
  • Mary J. Blige 15 of 16
    Mary J. Blige
    Mary J. Blige shared her support saying, "Great Job on debate Mr. President! I never lost faith in u!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Sherri Shepherd, 16 of 16
    Sherri Shepherd,
    "Very clear victory - President Obama... a heavyweight fight & Pres did a ropa-dope!" She also tweeted, "Whoever gave #POTUS the Red Bull...keep it coming! Pres Obama was on his game tonight."
    Source: Twitter
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