Skip to comments.Carly Fiorina named vice chair of GOP's Senate campaign committee
Posted on 07/12/2011 2:15:57 PM PDT by NormsRevenge
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Sounds like your retirement is well-earned. Perhaps you could train a young person to take over for you.
how to take credit for other people’s work.
how to turn a winning company into a collapsing company.
how to destroy the best employees and have them work for the competition....
“Failed California GOP Senate candidate Carly Fiorina was named...”
All comments about Fiorina’s ideology and business acumen aside, the first sentence in this article is most telling.
If the individual the LA Times were writing about a Dem, the article would start out like this “Former California Dem Senate candidate Karen Smith...”
There would be no use of a negative to describe the Dem candidate.
RINOs, Paulbots, etc,...it doesn’t matter where you lie on the right side of the political spectrum. The liberal media already has a negative adjective already lined up for ALL of us!
And the stupid party continues the tradition...
Carly is a fundraiser. I wish her well at that.
My bet is she is there to....raise money via her business contacts. She will not be recruiting. Real Conservs will not go through the RNC or the Senate or House Pub groups. But, money will be raised by these type of Pubs.
They won’t, because at the end of the day, they are part of the larger, more powerful party in DC, which is the Appropriators.
The liberals appropriate on behalf of the unions and government employees. The GOP appropriates on behalf of companies that seek out lifetime type contracts for overpriced and inferior products.
This is why every time it seems that Lucy has decided not to yank the football from Charlie Brown, conservatives always end up on their back amazed that GOP leadership caved again. There is a Tea Party because there’s nobody left to bullshit any more. McConnell, Lindsay, and the rest are there to figure out how to extend this old patronage system another year or two before they run out the string.
What happened today is that both sides figured out that you can’t have the cuts and the tax breaks and get their people elected or re-elected. Seriously, that’s the deal.
If any of them actually cared about solvency or about leaving this debt to their grandkids, then somebody in that room would be dead by now. It would have come to blows.
But they aren’t. They can’t borrow another buck from the bank, and the debt is so huge they can’t light a fire and have the insurance pay it off.
Somebody’s not getting reelected, and there is no way either side is going to take that hit. Default is probably going to happen.
The GOP is going to look at it and say, “It’s on him ultimately.”
All the useful idiots on our side saying, “It’s true, we need to raise taxes” are just aiding and abetting.
I hope we default. We deserve the government we are getting right now.
“With the job she did on... er, at HP, hasnt she earned a chance?!”
Since she took the real HP and renamed it Agilent, I can’t imagine the wonders she will do for the GOP. Mitch has already gone Democrat so maybe we’ll switch names.
“In some dump somewhere are boxcars full of lucent circuitboards that got shipped at the end of a tight quarter. They were supposed to come back and be re-warehoused, but they melted in the Texas sun. The party is toast. Why not make Arnold the chairman? Hes a republican, right?”
That is very funny. Thanks.
So well said.
And here I thought the pubs wanted to win the senate.
Wrong — they got a multi-time loser to run the effort into the ground.
Lose, lose, lose.
Proof she is a RINO. The GOP Establishment doesn’t pick you if you aren’t. I was sick of analysts calling her a conservative. Bunk! Pure RINO.
Once we get them elected, you should hold their feet to the fire by faxing, e-mailing and calling their office with your opinions and complaints.