She is sharp, stylish and smart. Carly Fiorina, the erstwhile CEO of Hewlett-Packard, has announced her participation in the 2016 presidential bid. As a market leader and female entrepreneur, she has said that she understands economics and the world’s state from a practical point of view.
This according to her is something her opponent lacks. And who should the opponent be? Why, Hillary Clinton!
Fiorina led Hewlett-Packard through tough times. And although she proved not to be up to the mark in the end, her skills as a worldly woman and sharpshooter may just get her elected.
The latest ad on TV portraying Fiorina shows her standing while a voice in the background drones on and on about all the issues that everyone is sick and tired of. Finally, she says that if this is so, then everyone had best join her in the journey to a brand new tomorrow.
While the others are male candidates from the Republican side, Fiorina is the only female to fight on a ticket. In her past career, she lost to Barbara Boxer for the Senate election of California. And as for her economic acumen, many term her “Fail-orina” but it looks like this lady just may have the chutzpah and moxie to take on a behemoth such as Bill’s wife.
Carly Fiorina has said that people are willing to fight for animal liberation but do not care about the lives of babies. Abortion is an issue that is of the essence. She says that family values come first. What an absurdity to protect tropical fish and let the family break down.
The woman does have a point there. Others from her party who are running for president come election time include Jeb Bush. Fiorina has the confidence and motivation to criticize and question Hillary. She says that this lady has no experience whatsoever.
Carly also points out that there were many blunders that Hillary made along the way. These included: the Benghazi mistake, the email scandal and acceptance of huge sums of money for the Democratic race for the presidential elections.
Carly Fiorina believes she has the courage and dedication to become the first female president of the United States, a coveted position that Hillary too has her eyes set on for the future.
May the best candidate win!
Originally posted in i4u