It was no contest. Here is a woman who belongs in the big time, in the majors not the minors. She is direct, on target and pulls no punches. She knows her stuff and she isn’t afraid to call out Hillary Clinton. Appearing on Chris Mathew’s show she left Mathew speechless. The Lexington Libertarian said many moons ago that she would make a good VP.
So here is the post mortem icing on the cake:
Fiorina was by all accounts the winner of the early debate in Cleveland Thursday, where she appeared with the other six GOP presidential contenders who were not in the top ten in national polls. In the otherwise unremarkable two-hour undercard event, she stood out for her poise and her well-crafted answers, and emerged as the one person who looked like they should have been on the main stage. Fiorina often points out that she has the lowest name ID of any candidate in the Republican field. But 6.1 million viewers tuned in to watch the former Hewlett-Packard CEO’s performance on Fox News yesterday, which means this could be her moment — if she can capitalize on it.Beck called former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina a “big winner” in Thursday’s debates, saying: “She’s wicked smart, really well put together, and someone you could see in office and say, ‘Yeah, that could be the president of the United States.’” – Glenn Beck