Last year I heard Carly Fiorina speaking about Hillary Clinton and the lies Clinton has told, and the fake “war on women” leftists hide behind, and I was impressed and even hopeful she might be a strong contender for the presidency.
I know this is a bit far-fetched given the absence of political office in her background, but let’s all remember what the Manchurian candidate Barack Hussein Obama was able to pull off, and no president will ever be more inimical to our nation than that man.
Let’s also remember that real-life experience (i.e., NOT political campaign or office experience) is what we desperately need in a Chief Executive.
I did not watch the “2nd tier” Republican debate, but have read news stories about it and Fiorina’s rhetoric is the most presidential of any of the candidates.
How starved are we for a president that believes in American exceptionalism? VERY, and this quote is heartening. <CNN, link>
I started as a secretary and became ultimately the chief executive of the largest technology company in the world, almost $90 billion in over 150 countries. I know personally how extraordinary and unique this nation is.
Fiorina also speaks in very clear, yet forceful language: she is easy to understand because she keeps her “cliche” content to a minimum, while other candidates speak 95% cliche and 5% substance.
On Day One in the Oval Office, I would make two phone calls. The first one would be to my good friend, Bibi Netanyahu, to reassure him we will stand with the State of Israel. The second will be to the supreme leader of Iran. He might not take my phone call, but he would get the message, and the message is this: Until you open every nuclear and every military facility to full, open, anytime, anywhere, for real inspections, we are going to make it as difficult as possible for you to move money around the global financial system.
I like the reference to being in the Oval, and I like the message about where she stands on who our friends are, and who our enemies are, and that they are the precise REVERSE of the current occupier of the Oval.
And of course, the way she goes after Hillary Clinton is thrilling <Washington Post, link>:
Hillary Clinton lies about Benghazi. She lies about e-mails. She is still defending Planned Parenthood, and she is still her party’s front-runner.
I like it all and will be interested to see how it unfolds.