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Friday, January 29, 2016

Carly Fiorina attacks Hillary: I would’ve dumped Bill long ago







On a tip from Ed Kilbane.




Must admit I didn't watch the first debate. Major mistake on my part. Good thing I got a friend covering for me.

I'd like to call this "The Scorched Earth Video"

How much would you pay to see a Carly vs Killary debate? 

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Hey...if you want a good laugh go here.


Evidently MSNBC never got the memo there was ever any strife in the Clinton marriage.


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Carly Fiorina offered a blistering critique of Hillary Clinton's personal life Thursday night by digging up her husband's extramarital trysts.

"Listen, if my husband did what Bill Clinton did, I would have left him long ago," Fiornia said at the under card GOP presidential debate to cheers from the Iowa audience.

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO said Clinton will do anything for power even if it means staying with her philandering husband. Previously Fiorina assailed Clinton's relationship by saying she actually loves spending time with her husband, unlike Clinton.

"It wasn't a personal attack," Fiorina said Thursday in defending that previous dig. "I was pointing out the fact that Hillary Clinton will do anything to gain and hang onto power — anything."

Struggling to gain traction in Iowa days before voters head to the caucuses, Fiorina unleashed a series of crowd pleasing insults at Clinton during the Fox News debate for the lower-polling candidates.




Carly Fiorina tells voters why Hillary Clinton cannot be President of the United States. 

— Carly Fiorina (@CarlyFiorina) 8:38 PM - 28 Jan 2016

"She is trying for the White House, but she's probably more qualified for the Big House," Fiorina said of Clinton's FBI investigation over classified emails.


"She's escaped prosecution more times than El Chapo, perhaps Sean Penn should interview her."


Fiornia was joined on stage by former Sen. Rick Santorum, former Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore.






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