June 10, 2010, - 1:12 pm

VIDEO of a DUMBASS – Fiorina Catty Chow: Palin’s Liberal Airhead Choice Attacks Boxer’s “Bad Hair”

By Debbie Schlussel

You know that quote about glass houses and throwing stones?  It’s a quote that Sarah Palin’s idiotic–and liberal–choice for California’s U.S. Senate seat, Republican nominee Carly Fiorina needs to read in her mirror.

Frankly, I thought a U.S. Senate seat was about who has the right positions on the issues.  Not about who has the best hair, which–memo to Fiorina–ain’t her. The vulcan brush cut look may be hip at WNBA games, Dinah Shore classics, and comfortable shoes jam sessions with Janet Napolitano. But elsewhere? Uh, no.

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Yeah, Let’s Run the Race on Who Has Better Hair

You see, Fiorina–being so stupid she didn’t realize that when you’re miked, you’re miked–thinks this is about which chick is more qualified to be the next Prez of the Hair Club for Women. And on that score, she’s sadly mistaken. Oh, and while we’re on the topic of hair and other chief qualifications for the U.S. Senate, Carly, Martha Washington called. She wants her jacket back. Or was that my Great Aunt Edna? Either way, I know one of ‘em wore that hideous thing back in the day.

Only an idiot backed by Sarah Palin would think a U.S. Senate seat is about hair and use the catty lexicon of a second grader while she knows she’s miked. Is that the kind of idiot you want in the U.S. Senate? Do you think a woman–who ran HP . . . into the ground (and only got the job in the first place because she has a vagina–only her doctor knows for sure, though), who pals around with Jesse “I spit in White people’s salad” Jackson, who traded with Iran even though we have embargo laws forbidding it, who violated immigration law to fire American workers, then bring low-paid, less skilled foreigners to America to steal their jobs–is the best choice for the U.S. Senate? Frankly, she’s as liberal as Barbara Boxer. Except that Boxer didn’t trade with Iran or be as dumb as to comment on hair. Tip for Carly: you make it about looks, you lose.

Meet your Palin “Mama Grizzly.” How many mother bears care about hair? Just wonderin’ (gotta drop that G, ya know, so I can engage in some of that P3–Palin phony populism). Well, now we know why Fiorina Catty Chow drove HP into the ground: she was too worried about hair.

Interesting that feminists constantly whine that “male candidates would never be treated this way,” “female candidates come under greater scrutiny,” etc. Puh-leeze. How many male candidates have attacked someone’s hair? Heck, we’ve got Joe Biden as VP and only commentators not running for office will note his ugly hair plugs.

Hmmm . . . an obnoxious liberal who admits she is one (Boxer) versus an obnoxious liberal pretending to be conservative all while chumming around with Jesse Jackson and Iran (Fiorina Catty Chow). And now seems to be focused on the all-important issue of hair.

Thanks, Sarah Palin, for giving Californians that stark choice. And by the way, if we’re going by hair, Boxer wins that, hands down.

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Debbie ordinarily I agree 100% with you but honestly, we need someone that will beat Boxer, and Carly is it. DeVore didn’t have a chance. This hair kerfluffle is nothing. Surely you’re not supporting Boxer are you?

M: Wow, you are so deluded with the idea of beating Boxer that you pick a Democrat running as a Republican who is NO different from Boxer, except that she’s tighter with Jesse Jackson, traded with Iran, and fired Americans so she could hire aliens and bring them to America to lower the wages in those jobs. If you want someone like that over Boxer, you are an idiot and a fool. And you are the problem. People like you are the reason we had eight years of a horrible Republican and will have eight years of an even more horrible Democrat in the White House. She is no better. But she is worse. Sorry, I’m not fooled by the letters R & D after people’s names. In this race you have two Ds, with the one in office-as horrible as she is–being slightly less horrid than the other D trying to unseat her and obsessed with hair. Wake. Up. DS

Missy on June 10, 2010 at 1:27 pm

    I can’t possibly take you seriously.

    First, you don’t “ordinarily … agree 100%” with Debbie. So, you’re right out of the box with a lie. The rest is mumblings from someone who forgot to take her medication.

    Wake. The. Hell. Up.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 2:08 pm

Come on Debbie, you’re better than that. We’re in it to win it, and her hair? Breast cancer will do that to you.

D: Wow, wish I could say you’re smarter than that. But clearly you aren’t. Who is “in it to win it”? Liberals? ‘Cuz there are two of ‘em running. One of them–Fiorina–is more liberal than the other. Oh, so breast cancer gives you the right to be stupid and attack someone else’s hair when yours is uglier? Did you go to the University of Grenada Medical School? Thought so. DS

Dan on June 10, 2010 at 1:36 pm

    What are “we” winning?

    Why do “we” need to win?

    What for?

    Ever thought about that?

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 2:10 pm

    Debbie

    Are you saying that Fiorina is more liberal than that idiot who tried to embarass a brigidier general by saying he should call her Senator? She’s not just a liberal, she’s a stupid liberal.

    I am begining to think that there is no one we can really vote for. Eventually everybody will talk to someone or go to the same party as someone who knows one of the dreaded bad guys like “Issa” or any of those other orgs… Cair..etc.. There are just too many rocks and hard places and they keep catching us in between.

    S: Wow, are you gullible. Fiorina set up a special HP PAC, so she could give $10,000 to Boxer. Wake up. She is NO different and a lot worse. You really think a Congressman who praises Hezbollah and has a long criminal record is not a problem? Or that CAIR is not a problem? If so, you are the problem, and who the heck needs you? Thank G-d people like you weren’t around during WWII. You clearly have zero principles. Bye. DS

    sam on June 10, 2010 at 2:47 pm

      She IS a liberal. That’s obvious to any one who has been following the story on here. Debbie breaks the really good stuff long before any one else does. And if all you go by is the mass media, you are the one missing the big picture – as well as all the details you need to know to be an informed person. And yes, principle is important. Without it, this country will never get back on the right track.

      NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 3:44 pm

They should both shave their asses and learn to walk backwards. At least what comes out of their asses would be an improvement from what comes out of their pie holes.

Jarhead on June 10, 2010 at 1:49 pm

“in it to win it”; what a neat rhyme. Jessie’s influence endures.

Little Al on June 10, 2010 at 1:59 pm

You’ve got me laughing…plus I agree.

Diamond Girl on June 10, 2010 at 1:59 pm

“How many male candidates have attacked someone’s hair?”

This is a jest, right? Both Clinton and Edwards were attacked for their hair, hair stylists, and haircuts. I don’t live in CA (anymore) but if I did, I’d vote ABBB: anybody but Boxer–cause my real choices aren’t available. There’s some to be said for novice idiot in office over a well-practiced, insider idiot.

tehag on June 10, 2010 at 1:59 pm

The only saving grace here is that maybe Pallin counsels those she endorses to get elected, run up some ethic violations, write a book, and then quit on July 4th weekend to appear on Oprah and run around the country on a bus on a book tour. (And I didn’t even mention the cover of “Runners World.”) So even if this hair maven gets elected, she won’t be there long.

psharon on June 10, 2010 at 2:03 pm

Being from Chicago I would have to vote for the candidate who is not friends with Jesse Jackson. In this case is Boxer the lesser of two evils? Talk about no one to vote for!!
That’s why I’m voting for Mark Kirk in my state’s up-coming election for the President’s vacated senate seat.

BK on June 10, 2010 at 2:06 pm

Debbie, Fiorina is not my choice. I voted for Devore. However, Dennis Prager, a religious Jew, and pretty dam smart gave her his endorsement. Is Dennis Prager stupid? Politics is not as clear cut as you would like it. Having a California Senator caucus with the Republicans is more likely to result in ObamaCare being repealed. That is the number one issue right now. You are not looking at the big picture.

FK: You are another gullible one. Dennis Prager is NOT a religious Jew. He eats shrimp and uses Yom Kippur to promote extremist Muslims who praise terrorism. Why won’t so many of you think for yourselves? You are so stupid that if idiots like Palin and frauds like Prager tell you to do something, you moronically follow. WAKE. UP. And get some critical thinking skills. I am looking at the big picture. You are looking up your ass. No, actually, up Palin’s and Prager’s asses. Same difference. DS

FrenchKiss on June 10, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    Except principle… which Republicans care nothing about. What’s one liberal compared to another? Keep following Palin down the pied piper path. Due to folks like you, you have just guaranteed Obama another four years in the White House.

    Keep it up!

    NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    Debbie is right… its human nature to follow authority and there’s a herd mentality here. Authority is not always right. G-d gave us brains and we ought to use them. A lot of people don’t take the time to think carefully and make their own choices. And even if Dennis Prager and Sarah Palin were right – so what? Its only their opinion. And you have every right to make your own decision based on what the facts tell in accordance wit your own values and principles. Expediency may be the game of politics but not on this site. We do care very much about principle and conservatism unlike for the rest for whom its simply a means to get votes and nothing more. Debbie noted a few days ago that if the candidates weren’t at a pro-Israel rally BEFORE they get elected they won’t be there after they are in office.

    Some people can just be stupid.

    NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 3:38 pm

    Dennis Prager? Oy!

    I don’t have any information on him except my stomach goes off when I hear his voice.

    That’s all my intuition requires! It’s very sensitive.

    Carly is a RINO: Republican in Name Only. California essentially eliminated the two-party system on Tuesday. We have been defeated using education to capture the youth. A slight spin on Hitler… Keep them stupid, then tell them what to do…

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 6:01 pm

Boxer will win and so will Jerry Brown. Here is to all the stupid California Republicans who voted for Whitman instead of Poizner and Fiorina instead of DeVore – they deserve to have more liberal Democrats inflicted upon them. Well, they heeded Palin’s endorsements that were crucial in the win of two liberal Republicans in the California GOP primary. The state party in my former home state really is dead.

And its not coming back any time soon.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    Shitman sets off my stomach, too. She’s outright creepy.

    My only consolation is that I will answer to God for how I voted.

    That’s how I vote: I explain to God and had better have reasoned it out!

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 6:06 pm

Carly Fiorina drove HP into the ground while she was at the helm.
HP was a great company before she took over and after she took over.
I just do not understand why everyone thinks this lady is so great.
If California wants a good business person at the wheel, FIORINA is NOT the person.

She reminds me of Hillary Clinton. Acts tough and wears a pant suit. This does not mean she is qualified.

When will we learn???

Stephen on June 10, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    The only thing you can say is California Republicans didn’t choose their women because of their looks. They chose them because they happened to have high profile name recognition and they had the right endorsements from a Famous American. That’s all that really matters these days – not substance and not a candidate’s positions and not certainly who he keeps for company. Our political life is really dumbed down.

    NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 3:06 pm

    Stephen, I can honestly tell you as a woman, that we’ll never learn. Women, many times, think that by voting for a woman, the woman they voted for will express their opinion. It’s so not like that. I find that most women just make me, as a woman, look bad. When I saw Palin for the first time, and later on more and more, I didn’t think she should have been elected by McCain. I also think that if he chose someone else instead of her, then Republicans could have had a better choice of winning the presidential elections. That’s just one example. Fiorina is the second one. I never cared for this woman, and generally speaking there aren’t too many women that I would vote for. By the way, including in Israel, Tsipi Livni, not too impressive, either. And the funny thing is, they generally don’t do anything for women, and only when they understand that they didn’t get enough votes, then they use the woman thing. Frankly, Fiorina never looked to me as someone that any woman would vote for, and Barbara Boxer doesn’t look that great either. So, make a long story short, it’s a shame that all these women decided to run for public offices, they don’t do us, women, any good. Just make people think that we’re shallow.

    Tal on June 11, 2010 at 10:33 pm

Glass houses isn’t in the New Testament or any other testament unless it’s in the book of mormon. (Those ancient lost tribes of Isreal who had glass house making technology you know…) The quote you’re thinking of is when Jesus confronted the crowd wanting to stone a prostitute. He said “let he who is without sin cast the first stone”

Kaiser Sozay on June 10, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    Kaiser Sozay:

    DUH, that’s what she meant, lame ass.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 6:09 pm

In response to Steve from NJ’s (and christianity’s) ignorant taunt:

Who is God’s Suffering Servant? The Rabbinic interpretation of Isaiah 53.

What was it wise King Solomon said? “There is nothing new under the sun.” That includes christianity’s empty claims to legitimacy from Judaism’s Tanach.

You want to play games? Just answer these videos:

‘Jesus Was Not the Messiah’ Series

‘Did the Disciples Die for a Lie?’ Series

Good luck!

Shy Guy on June 10, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    BTW, we don’t believe in “luck”.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 6:14 pm

Steve, don’t get me wrong. I’ve responded to you under the assumption that there actually was a person, Jesus, on which your beliefs are dependent on.

But personally, I have very little respect for that assumption:

The Jesus Puzzle

And remember: the truth will set you free. Yep.

Shy Guy on June 10, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    That’s sad for you, SG.

    You can’t possibly refer me to anyone who will opine that Jesus was not the Son of God.

    I am so sorry you missed Him. He’s everything to me.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 6:13 pm

      That’s the usual “but look how believing in jesus has changed my life!”.

      But, yeh, keep enjoying your emotional highs while not being able to refute the sink-hole fallacies of your belief system.

      As I love to quote: “the truth will set you free.” The irony of that verse regarding your own beliefs is astounding.

      Shy Guy on June 11, 2010 at 12:14 am

That’s the inspiration for the “don’t throw a stone at a glass house” proverb. Anyway, California politics is showing us a mirror into this country. Iran, health care and the economy are not important as someone’s looks. If a man said that about a woman, NOW would run him out of town on a rail. Hey, women are and can be b*tchy towards other women and that’s just a normal day.

No double standard here. None at all.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 3:11 pm

Fiorina does look like the Republican Party’s answer to Janet Napolitano. As soon as people are reminded(Barbara Boxer is quite good at that)of Carly’s tenure at H.P., she will sink like a rock. Hag versus Hag is an event for pay per view, rather than a senate contest.

Worry01 on June 10, 2010 at 3:34 pm

I have said this before about California and will say so again…THE SOONER THE BIG ONE HITS THAT HELLHOLE THE HAPPIER I WILL BE! LET IT FALL OFF THE MAP AND INTO THE OCEAN!

IT DESERVES ITS GLOBALIST FASCIST AND NEOCON AGENDAS!

In reality, there must be a 3rd party pick from something like The Constitution Party. Here is CA’s Constitution Party…

http://www.aipcalif.blogspot.com/

Here’s their platform

“Why the Constitution Party of California?
America and California need the leadership of the Constitution Party of California. We pledge to:

Stop undeclared wars which are daily costing American lives and billions of tax dollars;

Stop reckless spending, including foreign aid, and take care of America’s domestic needs;

End debt financing of both Federal and State governments;
Terminate the Federal income tax, and restore a tariff based revenue system;

Immediately end international trade agreements such as NAFTA, WTO, and the proposed FTAA

Totally and Completely Secure Our Nations Borders

Defend America’s moral values; keep God in the pledge of allegiance and on our nation’s coinage.

Fully protect the right to life of the innocent unborn;

Support high standards in education, including school vouchers, private schools and home schooling;

Encourage revitalized domestic oil production and nuclear power generation.

Defend Second Amendment rights;

Restore a Constitutional, asset based, money system;

Uphold traditional marriage and family values”

Bob Porrazzo on June 10, 2010 at 3:36 pm

“Fiorina Catty Chow.” Now that’s a good one. I get it.

But until she took over what had once been called Hewlett-Packard, I swore by their printers. And the more recent (pre-Fiorina era) printer I have is still working today. Of course, I haven’t gotten an HP printer since then.

The checked pants-wearing, country-club Establishment Republicans don’t seem to have learned a thing (and whatever lessons they learned seemed to be the wrong ones). What are they trying to do, throw the election? (Rhetorical question, no need to answer.)

ConcernedPatriot on June 10, 2010 at 3:43 pm

    Concerned Patriot:

    HP is now laying off thousands of workers.

    What say you, Carly?

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on June 10, 2010 at 6:16 pm

California is a mess and there is no hope with this election. I’d like to leave Caifornia but where is there to go? Back to Detroitistan?

Naomi Litvin on June 10, 2010 at 3:48 pm

California Republicans were blinded by celebrity. They chose Red Arnold. And after swearing they’d never vote for a RINO again, they picked a pair of ‘em. I don’t need to wait five months to know how the election will turn out in California.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 3:48 pm

Well, the comments have centered around Illinois and California, the two most bankrupt (politically and financially) states in the union. Unless someone is a really solid conservative like DeVore, they will use their presence in Washington to try to get charity for their state (including Kirk, Boxer, Fiorina and so on) instead of making the needed cutbacks so these states can live within their means. Kirk has made pious statements about the Mideast, but only because he comes from a Jewish district. He lies about his military record, has consistently supported liberal legislation his whole career, and would not be a gain for the people of Illinois or the United States.

Fiorina is a total fraud, and in some ways worse than Boxer, but Boxer’s contempt for the military is as bad as that of anyone on the planet. I’d probably vote for Bugs Bunny.

Little Al on June 10, 2010 at 3:59 pm

Little Al, the way you put, I don’t have great hopes we will see much change in Washington in the next two years.

That’s the truth.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 4:08 pm

Two quick comments: Prager also has nutty sponsors on his program. People are judged by the company they keep.

Also, one of the few reasonable points made by the mainstream press was that most of the women who won a couple of days ago did it without talking all the time about their gender, as they did in 1992. Fiorina has managed to bring the conversation back to gender in about the most airheaded way possible.

Little Al on June 10, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    Yup, like I said, a man isn’t allowed to criticize a woman in politics without looking like he’s coming down hard on her. But women have a spitefulness towards women they don’t like that can be downright catty. And in this case, it has nothing to do with real issues in a US Senate race. I like your line: Fiorina IS the Republican answer to Janet Napolitano. Only their doctors know for sure they are women.

    NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 5:14 pm

“Comfortable shoes jam sessions…” LOL!

DS_ROCKS! on June 10, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    Fiorina and Napolitano look like Siamese twins and could be interchangeable. If its about looks, then Republicans must like Bad Hair. Its like nothing else is important in the world today.

    NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 5:23 pm

“Two quick comments: Prager also has nutty sponsors on his program. People are judged by the company they keep.”

And they are…?

FrenchKiss on June 10, 2010 at 5:09 pm

For you principle isn’t the consideration. Its all about winning. Good luck with getting liberal Republicans to vote to lower taxes, repeal Obamacare or adopt a pro-Israel stand in Congress. Or fight Islam – no one seems to be mentioning that these days. And Fiorina is for trade with Iran, illegal immigration and lowering the standard of living of middle class Americans. Yup, I can’t tell she’s better than Boxer and with her low class comments today, even worse.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 5:20 pm

Gold, EHarmony.com are the two that immedately come to mind. As I’ve said before, EHarmony.com has been criticized by a number of independent consumer bureaus. Also, FK you are naive about politics.

Repeal of health care? You must not be referring to the Republicans. Just about none of them are saying that. They bleated about it for a couple of days to pacify and fool their base, but they have dropped it. Do you really think you’ll see any serious movement towards that in January? Just about none of them are talking about it now.

Tax breaks? Where have any Republicans except the real conservatives like Christie done that? Who in Congress is really making a major issue of this? Who in Congress has mounted a sustained, repeat sustained, defense of Israel re the flotilla, called for the bombing of Iran, our exit from the United Nations, repeal of affirmative action, really tough laws on immigration, and abolition of the anchor baby laws?

We keep sliding inexorably to the left, with a few slight fits and starts, and this is what happens when lesser evils are supported. They are still evil, they just delay it a little. And going into the stale mindsets of Malkin, Hannity, Limbaugh to a significant extent, and the rest of them just channels peoples’ anger too narrowly. And Savage sounds good sometimes, but anyone who would support Russia against Georgia doesn’t have a clue about the dynamics of foreign policy.

Little Al on June 10, 2010 at 6:03 pm

Why then support the lesser of two evils? In this case the supposed lesser of two evils is even worse than the incumbent. I don’t go by the labels besides people’s names. I go by their records, their beliefs and the company they keep. Fiorina just pretends to be a conservative. I want the genuine article.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 8:12 pm

I voted for Devore. I will not vote for Boxer.

KingSlav on June 10, 2010 at 8:16 pm

Another excellent post, Debbie.

I said in a previous post that the Californian Republicans had two choices in regard to the Senate seat currently being held by Barbara Boxer–either vote for Chuck DeVore, or have Barbara Boxer be reelected. Sadly, they have chosen to have Barbara Boxer be reelected. I don’t like Boxer either, but as Debbie has pointed out, she is in fact the lesser of the two evils.

JeffE on June 10, 2010 at 9:53 pm

There’s another reason not to support Fiorina — this foolish argument that winning is more important than what the candidate will do if elected always fails when conservatives do not vote for liberals. Let’s face it; the liberals will not support conservatives unless their backs are against the wall. Funds are withheld (e.g. Bunning in Kentucky), they leave the Republican Party like Crist, or that nitwit in New York State, so the Republican liberals don’t support the big tent; why should conservatives bother to vote for Fiorina? If the REpublican hacks see that their hack candidates will not win, they will either become more receptive or the Republican Party will disappear.

BTW, “cheese with whine” sounds like it came from the Fiorina playbook. She’s in a close race, and any significant conservative defection will doom her candidacy. So faux conservatism, but also, get trolls out there to challenge every conservative criticism they can find — but ‘challenge’ isn’t really the right word for this low level drivel.

Little Al on June 10, 2010 at 10:16 pm

Little Al, correct. Conservatism isn’t advanced by compromising our principles. The Left never compromises on theirs. By conceding ground to them and there we’re helping them move our political culture over permanently to the Left. The argument is we can’t beat ‘em, we might as well as join em is a foolish argument. No one is saying vote for Boxer or Brown. But if you choose nominate liberal candidates, you’re basically making the referendum on what should be Obama’s failures into a joke. Sadly, with Republicans following Palin blindly, that’s what is likely to happen this year.

NormanF on June 10, 2010 at 10:47 pm

Wow — attacking someone for eating shrimp that is the most stupid thing I’ve heard. Talk about a religious freak.

Courtney on June 11, 2010 at 1:22 am

    Courtney, you idiot, shrimp are not kosher, so pointing out that Prager eats shrimp is surely relevant to a claim that he is Orthodox.

    skzion on June 13, 2010 at 7:11 pm

Debbie is completely right. The California GOP is in complete shambles. They are deluded to think Queen Meg and Diarreha err…Fiorina are the answer. No they are the problem. I am glad Debbie gives her two cents on California politics.
I was listening to the Lars Larson show and THE Conservative of California, Tom McClintock, reiterated what Debbie has been saying. He basically stated the California GOP voters set itself back four more years and have a choice of two liberals for Governor and Senate. California is dependent on TV mass marketing for its message that if there is any grass roots or word of mouth for smaller candidates that is it is smothered by the dependence of large markets like Los Angeles, the Bay Area and San Diego. Any Tea Party help for Poizner or DeVore was offset by the BS lies of Whitman and Diarrhea err….Fiorina.

The GOP voters took the hit of meth or crack offered by these frauds and now are wired to support them until Novemeber. Don’t count me in. As a independent Conservative if you wanted me to support a liberal well I will support a liberal in Brown and Boxer. Just gonna have to wait four more years for a true Conservative to break through.

CaliforniaScreaming on June 11, 2010 at 2:13 am

Fiorina is a businesswoman first, an American second, and a ‘conservative’-ha- – if at all….way down the line. She is part of the problem, not the solution. Don’t let her anywhere near anything that has to do with DHS, ICE, etc

Not Ovenready on June 11, 2010 at 1:10 pm

Instead of true conservatives like Larry Naritelli (Governor) and Chuck Devore (U.S. Senate) we get a pair of RINOs. The California GOP is out of its collective mind. And people wonder why so many Republicans want to vote for a 3rd party?

Escovado on June 13, 2010 at 1:02 am

I find it fascinating to see how far from the truth so many people can be led.

Fiorina has NO history of liberal, RINO, or conservative principals. She is NOT a career politician.

And yet, we have so many ‘experts’ that are happy to paint her with any brush they can find.

Freddy on June 13, 2010 at 7:53 pm

Debbie, you obviously haven’t been around politics as long as I have (hint: I voted for Barry Goldwater in 1964) but I learned a long time ago there is a rule all politicians follow.

Fame or Blame are just the Same
The Name of the Game is mention my Name.

The voters soon forget the little scandals but do remember the candidates name. The politicians know the dumb ones go into the voting booths thinking that everyone is talking about so and so, it must mean they are important.

Nelson Abdullah on June 13, 2010 at 8:59 pm

Is it just me, or does Fiorina look like one of those supporting character women in 1950′s sitcoms?

ConcernedPatriot on November 18, 2010 at 2:04 pm

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