A Supercut of Women’s Issues at Last Night’s Debate

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At the second presidential debate last night, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama turned the lady-vote pandering up a notch. Between the two of them, they touched on a year’s worth of Atlantic cover story topics in womanhood — the rise of female breadwinners, have-it-all job flexibility — all while making damn sure to get Lorraine's name right. Catch up with the Cut’s supercut, or relive the debate that launched a new series of Romney campaign ads that prove once and for all that women know how to Google.