“REPUBLICAN” PENIS-MEASURERS DISAPPROVE …
While her male opponents engaged in a penis-measuring contest over who would be the toughest on terrorists, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina – the only woman seeking the “Republican” presidential nomination – was accused of going “full vagina” during a GOP debate in Las Vegas this week.
The remark was made by Steve Deace – an influential Iowa radio host who is supporting the presidential ambitions of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. In fact Cruz has previously praised Deace as “a truth-teller, a courageous conservative, and a powerful voice for liberty.”
Anyway, Deace’s assessment of Fiorina came during her opening statement.
“I have been tested. I have beaten breast cancer, I have buried a child,” Fiorina said. “I started as a secretary, and I fought my way to the top of corporate America while being called every b-word in the book.”
“Fiorina goes full vagina right away,” Deace tweeted in response.
Within the half-hour, Deace had apologized for his vulgarity – not in an effort to appease the PC police, though, it was apparently at the behest of his wife, Amy Deace.
Smart man …
It’s been a tough GOP primary for the former corporate executive … who was previously criticized by frontrunner Donald Trump for not being especially comely among the maidens (a.k.a. attractive).
We don’t mind either attack. Nor should Fiorina. In fact she should laugh off such broadsides and accept them as the ultimate compliment that can be paid to any candidate – i.e. opponents pulling no punches.
The best candidates (male or female) know that … and respond accordingly.
Fiorina? Eh … not so much.
After soaring to nearly 12 percent in national polls in early October, Fiorina has come crashing back to earth in recent weeks. According to the latest aggregate polling data from Real Clear Politics, she’s drawing the support of a measly 2.3 percent of “Republican” primary voters – tied for seventh place.
Still, she’s at the top of the list for vice president … which we believe is what her presidential campaign was all about in the first place.