Skip to comments.California U.S. Senate race: Is it Carly's or Macy's?
Posted on 10/03/2009 10:30:10 AM PDT by CounterCounterCulture
Have you seen the new Carly Fiorina mini flier? As CA GOP vice chair -- and host of the FlashReport conservative blog -- Jon Fleischman quipped to us: "It looks like a Macy's ad."
Hey, we've heard of retail politics, Carly, but this is taking it to a new level. Here's the flier for C-rina's exploratory Senate campaign:
Carly's rival Chuck DeVore just dropped an online ad goofing on her Carlyfornia signs, which we noted the other day...
(Excerpt) Read more at sfgate.com ...
"If you vote absentee before May 15, you get 15 percent off your next shoe purchase"
“Come together...right now...over me!”
So when they do ads for the moneybomb, are they going to have the music and the guys shouting “One day!”?
Hey, it works for Macy’s. At least they’re still in business.
Which one of the two California clowns are these guys running against, and better yet, can either of them win?
Fair enough. :-)
Wonder what the return policy is on RINOs.
Well, it’s certainly prettier than the Linda for Senate one I got here in CT. She only had the name McMahon on hers in the plain small type on the one page that listed the committee paying for it. Otherwise, all “Linda” like all “Hillary” and I guess all “Carly”.
She's always vulnerable, polls under 50% which is bad for an incumbant.
DeVore's so far done more than previous Republican attempts since Boxer was first elected. CarlyTM is an virtually unknown (politically) neophyte.
Sadly, it seems that female Republicans are the more likely to be RINOs-which is what makes Palin and Bachmann all the more special.
It must be a DIVA kind of thing.
I really hope it’s not rewarded enough to take hold.
Chuck DeVore or bust.
Now there's a pot calling the kettle black.
Ya know before we throw in with Carly maybe we ought to check out how well she did at the helm of HP?
Hmm ... not so great IIRC. I do remember the hubris of having her picture in HP lobbies along side founders Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard.
Plus she was a supporter of Juan last time and ANYONE associated with that disastrouos campaign (save Sarah) is anathema to me.
“Sadly, it seems that female Republicans are the more likely to be RINOs-which is what makes Palin and Bachmann all the more special.
Indeed. Then there’s the old-school conservative heroine Phyllis Schafly. I’d be happy to vote for a woman if she had the integrity I require. They seem to be too few and far between on the political circuit”
I think the problem is that some of these ladies have never been exposed to a... gun :-)