Just one main Q, is Fiorina serious? Doesn't sound like it at all. For someone aspiring to such a seat, she's destructively honest (e.g. not having voted over half the time). There's also that element of patronizing the voter, as if they're stupid.
Fiorina's approach is lot like the "yellow journalism" era of the 1890s, when newspaper battles between Joseph Pulitzer's New York World and William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal were at their peak, and all manner of discrediting tactics and misinformation was peddled about the other camp.
Why aspire to win by discrediting one's opponent? Of course, such an approach is right at the heart of most of debate. It doesn't make the practice right, but luckilytoo, the Californian voter is smart enough to make an informed choice on their preferred candidate.
I'm sure it must be about the track record, stupid.
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