In the Daily Beast, Liz Mair, who worked with Fiorina on her 2010 U.S. doomed sheep Senate campaign, tells us that Carly ‘Fire ‘Em All’ Fiorina is NOT running to be the VP.
“Political devotees and insiders all seem convinced that Carly Fiorina is only running for vice president. Big-donor types say it. Consultants say it. Members of the media say it. Grassroots activists say it. Republicans of all stripes, and all kinds of people who cover them and opine on them, say it.”
Who said she was? I don’t recall that.
“The widespread idea that Carly has set her sights on the VP slot is both irritating and eyebrow raising, especially when it’s voiced by women’s-advancement-oriented female devotees of the word “feminism.””
I agree, but please tell us who is saying that? So far I only hear you. I believe Fiorina is running for President, not VP. I also believe that there is an incredible amount of cynicism on the GOP’s part to promote Fiorina who is polling in the extremely low numbers (1 or 2 percent last time I checked) to ensure that she gives the Boys Club a fig leaf. And as long as we are being cynical, I think Fiorina’s role is to attack Rodham-Clinton in ways that the Boys Club cannot because it would be sexist.
“We seem to not regard Carly Fiorina in the same way, implying she is not serious about running for president. This is odd, and somewhat ironic, since more than any other actual or prospective candidate, she is focusing her energy and her firepower on the woman everyone expects to be the actual Democratic nominee—Hillary Clinton—as opposed to, say, the sitting president, other Republicans, or pop music stars.”
Oh, so you agree with me. So this is really just trolling, I guess.