Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Fiorina Gets The Boot. Again.

From FBN:
FOX Business Network announces the participants in its two Republican presidential primary debates on Thursday, Jan. 14, in North Charleston, S.C.

The participants in the first debate, at 6 p.m. ET will be: Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul; former HP CEO Carly Fiorina; former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee; and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum. The participants in the prime-time debate at 9 p.m. ET will be: Billionaire businessman Donald Trump; Texas Sen. Ted Cruz; Florida Sen. Marco Rubio; retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie; former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush; and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
I pity the person who has to break it to Carly "Baby Parts" Fiorina that, in this case, failure and termination won't come with a $40M golden parachute.


MRjonz54 said...

Does she have to return whatever’s left of the $12 million in contributions she raised? Past behavior indicates her loyal minions will never see a penny of it.

John Taylor said...

I can't think of a more deserving recipient of the boot.

Robt said...

Note to Cary;
It is merely a business decision that takes your perceived position at the Big ring circus and transferred you to the rodeo. Rodeos need clowns too you understand.
We haven't shipped your job overseas nor replaced you with an illegal immigrant as yet. I am sure you understand the cost effectiveness if and when we do.
We look forward to some great performances of fabricated materials that will rouse the inner conservative that we need to anger to get them to the polls.
Thank you,
RNC Co Chair, Slush Limp-Paw

Lawrence said...

There's seven of them for the debate, which is one too few or one too many. Otherwise we could go with either of the equally appropriate 'The Hateful Eight' or 'The Ridiculous Six'. And Jeb, at this point, is the water skiing corpse from Weekend At Bernie's. And Barbara Bush is the speedboat. Doesn't matter how many buoys he hits, the boat is not stopping. That boots ad was stupid and weird, even for Republicans.