Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Conservative Case Against Carly Fiorina

Although it’s very difficult to predict what’s going to happen in a primary season as crazy as this one has been, the difference between what people THINK Fiorina is and what she ACTUALLY is, is so great that we can hazard one guess: Carly Fiorina is going to follow the 2012 pattern. People will initially get excited about her, find out what her record really looks like and then she’ll quickly implode.
Meanwhile: Ted Cruz takes the GOP leadership to the woodshed
“If you look at the left, if you look at Barack Obama, or Harry Reid, or Nancy Pelosi, they are committed to their liberal principles. They are commited to their policy agenda that frankly is destroying this country.They will crawl over broken glass with a knife between their teeth to advance their policy agenda. “On our side, we’ve got a bunch of weenies!”


Anonymous said...

Cruz's wife is a bankster and CFR member. If you think Cruz won't be influenced by his wife to be just like the rest of the RINOs once he's in office you're delusional.

oughtsix said...

Women should never have been allowed the vote.....

rexxhead said...

The author disses Fiorina and finishes with "...charismatic moderate... Chris Christie"

Seriously? I mean, SERIOUSLY?? Charismatic moderate??

I don't want a moderate. I want someone who'll gleefully fire 30,000 federal employees, then call for the back-up list to get to work on the next 30,000.

Of all the GOP candidates, Fiorina is the one I'm most likely (say about 6%) to actually vote for. The rest of those charismatic moderates (except Paul) don't have a snowball's chance in Hell of getting my vote.

Steve Kristmann said...

Given that BOTH Fiorina and Christie are apologists for the barbaric totalitarian political system that camos itself as the "religion of peace", they're both automatically disqualified for any public office IMHO.

Here's the facts on both:

CARLY FIORINA not only panders to Islam, she made secret deals with Iran while CEO of Hewlitt Packard

Chris Christie rips Donald Trump for not objecting to questions about the ‘Muslim threat in America’ No surprise that Christie would have scolded the questioner. Just check the links below to see how big of a Muslim panderer and appeaser Christie has consistently shown himself to be.

I have ZERO tolerance for any apologists/enablers of mo-ham-head's 1400 years of blood soaked butchery pretending to be a "religion"'s no different from either Nazism, Communism or any other form of collectivism. Both Fiorina and Christie can pound a cholla cactus til the end of time for all I care!

And yes, IMHO, O'scumbo IS an explains a lot about him.

mo-ham-headeans...stuck on stupid since 622!


Robert Fowler said...

“On our side, we’ve got a bunch of weenies!”

Truer words. We need to get rid of the Bohners and McConnels and get on with the business of returning our Country to greatness.

DAN III said...

Ted Cruz ? Just like the Liar-in-Chief, Cruz is NOT a natural born citizen per ISC, Article 2, Section 1, Clause 5. Further, his wife is Goldman-Sachs executive.

Cruz, jist another ruling and lying, Washington elitist.

DAN III said...

Go Trump !

oughtsix said...

Robert Fowler: Lose the Sean Hannity nonsense.

Getting rid of the two most prominent and obvious examples of repugnicunt demoshills ignores the problem of the other 500 or so, not to mention the entrenched 100's of thousands of bureaucrats and fedgov "judges," and their enablers, "free" stuff voters.

Anonymous said...

Trump seems to me to be a narcissistic, immature ego maniac who is interested mostly in himself and is not interested in the Constitution or in our country! I will not vote for him in the primary. I would reluctantly vote for him in the general election if he gets the nomination. My favorite is Mike Huckabee, only because he is in favor of the FairTax. A flat tax is still a tax on income, which I abhor. A tax on consumption is much better, because it would eliminate the IRS and its right to probe into our personal financial affairs. My overall favorite is Ted Cruz, but he is not in favor of the FairTax, but I think he would be an excellent President.

- Old Greybeard