Filed under: Foreign Policy, Humor, National Security, Politics, The United States | Tags: Carly Fiorina, Donald Trump, Insults and Humor, Republicans
Among his many intemperate remarks, Donald Trump chose to insult Carly Fiorina. Why not, he’s turned his insults on everybody else. He said something to the effect of “Look at that face. Could you vote for somebody with a face like that for president?” This may not be completely correct as I’m not looking it up. But never mind, Carly can take care of herself.
Smart commercial, and really puts the Donald in his place. Can you imagine having Trump as president, insulting our allies around the world, and remarking on how stupid other world leaders are?
Filed under: Capitalism, Economy, Foreign Policy, Israel, Military, National Security, Science/Technology, Terrorism, The United States | Tags: Carly Fiorina, Great Speech, Truman Library
Carly Fiorina is marvelously articulate. She doesn’t just say things well, but she says things that need saying. Great Speech. Do watch the whole thing.
The contrast with Hillary could not be more extreme. Hillary has been in government for over 20 years, and when it comes time for her to fulfill her longstanding goal of being the first woman president, she seems to have learned nothing from those 20 years beyond how to game the system.
Filed under: Democrat Corruption, Domestic Policy, Freedom, Humor, Liberalism, Media Bias | Tags: Carly Fiorina, Stupid Political Ploy, The War on Women
“A lot of women, me included, are sick of the ‘war on women.'”said Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and the California Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2012. And she quickly deconstructed the War on Women in 51 seconds flat!
A lot of women, me included, are sick of the ‘war on women,’” the former Hewlett-Packard CEO and California Republican candidate for U.S. Senate. “And we saw it in spades on Monday after the Hobby Lobby case. The women of Hobby Lobby had access to contraception through their company insurance plan before Obamacare; they have access to contraception — 16 forms of it — after the ruling. But somehow, you know, this is the long arm of business and the Republican Party reaching into the body of women. It’s ridiculous.”
Fiorina then pulled out a fortune she said she’d received recently in a fortune cookie.
“‘Strong and bitter words indicate a weak cause,’” Fiorina read. “And that’s exactly right. The War On Women is shameless, baseless propaganda. There’s no fact to it. But it’s worked because it’s scared women to death. Enough.”