Thursday, May 14, 2015

Ain't Love (L-U-V!) Grand?

Here's the first of Jennifer Rubin's no-doubt-many political crushes for 2016, Carly Fiorina.

Catch the non-logic (sheer inanity of ideology) here:
I ask her why growth has been so anemic in this recovery. “It is fashionable for the left to say we need big government to deal with big business. The opposite is true,” she says. “Only big business can survive big government. The answer is less government. The way to [fix the economy] is to level the playing field.”
Uh huh. "Level the playing field" by letting corporations run rampant. Some call it a level playing field, looks like a post-apocalyptic wasteland to others.

Read it all; Ms. F. seems a literal, "corporatism is fascism" fascist. She refers to "connecting w/ people" once (it's part of her job) & twice mentions "customers", in reference to "school choice" & how business is just like gov't. because you have to respond to the "customers".

No indication if there will be a part two in which the former Cara Carleton Sneed reveals her rabid Catholicism/anti-reproductive freedom stances, or tells Rubin just how much of the foreign policy of these United Snakes should be outsourced to or controlled by the Israeli Gov't.

Nothing about how Hillary Clinton hasn't accomplished anything, either. On the other hand, who was first?
The death of publishing.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The first?

You are missing the first 20 already. Jenghazi has already fallen in love and then hate with all the 2016GoatRodeo contenduhs, based on her opinion of their ability to get the U.S. to nuke Iran.

M. Bouffant said...

Ennui & Entropy Editor:
O.K., first time "this reporter" has encountered (via aggregation, I don't go looking for this crap) anything J. R. Not-Ewing has typed this go-round.

Has it already been four yrs. since she was doing the same thing (except I don't remember Iran-bombing being as big an issue then)? Literally seems like yesterday.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Yes, she's been doing the exact same thing, everyday except Saturday, for more than four years.

She loved Rmoney until he lost...then she hated him.