Funny Video: Barbra Boxer vs. Carly Fiorina

Saturday, March 13, 2010

I have to admit, I didn't know that in 18 years Boxer has only passed three bills, two of them only involving naming something. I have just seen the liberal policies she has supported over the years and the harassment she has given to those who are actually trying to make things better.

Throw the bum out!


Ben said...

Wow. Barbars Boxers must be hurting after that one. That was brutal and amazing.

Ben said...

Anonymous said...

Sorry dude, I guess you didn't pay attention while Fiorina did her CEO act. She helped to take down a company and an economy with huge job cuts and outsourcing of Californian factories with environmental controls to China where there were none, to take advantage of outsourcing loopholes and the cheapest wages while we lost even a semblance of a safety net here. She better attack environmental protections hard so we will forget her destructive business moves (especially to China's air, water and land, since our factories weren't here anymore after she did her work.)

@Anon. CEOs do what they need to do to keep their businesses afloat, something very difficult to do in a state that doesn't understand economics and thinks the purpose of business is to fund social and environmental programs. And then they try to kill the businesses at the same time. I would much rather have a woman who has run a large corporation, balanced a budget and made the difficult decisions a real executive should make every day than a looser politician who is responsible for getting us where we are today. I don't know who your politician of choice is, but I doubt they will do as good a job as Carly Fiorini.

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