When I send my resume to a potential employer, I don't want to be in a "women's" binder. I want to be in the binder with everybody else who meets the minimum qualifications for the job I've applied for. And then, I want my resume to stay there and duke it out with the other resumes and not be tossed into the circular file (or the "NO" binder?) just for being a woman's resume. I don't want my potential employer to say, okay we've got five white men, now let's grab the women's binder, the Hispanic binder, the Asian binder, the black binder and the disabled binder and find some token hires.
Just thought I'd clarify that in case readers don't understand why that line has become the take-away from last night's debates. (Just watched Piers Morgan repeatedly not getting "it")