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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Fiorina on MSNBC: Palin, McCain, Obama, Nor Biden Could Run Hewlett Packard

In a previous show Carly Fiorina answered a specific question about whether Sarah Palin could run a corporation like the one Fiorina ran, Hewlett Packard, and she answered that question by saying no,

She later went on to inform people that none of the presidential candidates or vice presidential candidates could run one.

Video below:

Of course the left is having a field day mentioning the Palin comment with some of them not bothering to show their readers the comments about McCain, Obama or Biden. Some did manage to show the second interview where Fiorina clarified from the specific question of the prior show.

Her reasoning is that running a major corporation is just not the same as being president or vice president and it is a fallacy to suggest that the country is like a company. Watch the video.

These people can't be truthful with their readers because they don't understand what the word truth even means.

Hot Air phrases it nicely.

We’re supposed to wet our pants over this, I guess, based on the theory that if you’re not ready for one of the world’s biggest management jobs then logically you can’t be ready for the very biggest. Maybe that’s true. In that case, is Joe Biden ready to step in and reorganize Lehman Bros.? Let’s let him have a go at it, to see how “qualified” he is to be president. How about drafting The One to run Microsoft? His first act could be canceling those Seinfeld commercials. The irony is, if Romney had been the VP pick, all we’d be hearing now is how running a business is completely different from running a government so surely success in the private sector shouldn’t count when weighing one’s vote.

Palin Derangement Syndrome (PDS) continues on for the left of the blogosphere. It would be sad if it wasn't so DAMN funny.