Would the GOP nominate the failed HP CEO Carly Fiorina to run against Hillary?
- Darth BeaverLv 45 years agoFavorite Answer
And yet, Carly is the very best that the GOP have......odd isn't it?
- 5 years ago
There was a discussion about former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, the fired executive who ran her company into the ground...I believe it was on weekend news from MSNBC. Getting fired and nearly bankrupting a company does not seem to bode well for the Republican Fiorina as a candidate, but does seem to help her fit into being part of the GOP, given the damages their bad policies did to the United States from 2001 through to 2009. The Republicans want a token female during the primaries, but the party bosses would make sure this token female was not the one chosen by picking a woman with, shall we say..."baggage" that can be used against her---real baggage, not the made-up stuff these rightwing fools keep trying to use against Hillary.
- acid victim 25Lv 75 years ago
Careful what you wish for
In a debate Carly would rip Hillary to shreds
- ZhuLv 65 years ago
She's younger and meaner than Sarah Palin. A bigger failure, too.
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- xg6Lv 75 years ago
If they think she'll attract the female vote they're wrong
- The GameLv 75 years ago
Hope so to match the fact that hitlery was fired from watergate for lying and unethical behavior! See libs are hypocrites!
- regeruggedLv 75 years ago
It would be a failure against failure contest.