Monday, November 9, 2015


I had almost forgotten that Carly Fiorina was still running for president, but this little incident reminds me why she’s not worth considering.

Carly Fiorina is defending her decision not to correct a man who characterized President Obama as a “black Muslim” at a diner in New Hampshire.

Fiorina said it wasn’t her job to defend the president, noting that he “isn’t on the ballot.”

“I’ve said on many occasions: President Obama tells me he’s a Christian; I take him at his word,” she said on Fox News on Friday. “But the truth is, President Obama isn’t on the ballot.”

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO said it’s her job to defeat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in 2016.

But you haven’t got the courage to defend the president against racism and bigotry because you don’t want to risk losing the votes of the racists and bigots.  Horrible.

3 barks and woofs on “Cowardice

  1. Wow. That’s real statesmanship, that is. I guess that’s “presidential” as a failed CEO understands it.

    I’d ask “What was she thinking,” except that it’s obvious that she wasn’t.

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