I missed it. The family was watching a Star Trek re-run. Anyone know a place where there is a video clip available?
If you saw it, let me know how you thought Fiorina did. Here is the San Francisco Chronicle:
Fiorina said she and her husband have lived the American dream — she working her way to the top of the corporate ladder after starting as a secretary and he after starting out as a tow truck driver. But she said that chance at rising prosperity is being lost, in part because the U.S. is not doing enough to encourage business.
“I think the American dream is too hard for too many people,” she said.
She then took direct aim at Boxer, who is seeking a third term in the Senate, saying her long track record in Congress consistently hurt job creation and did too little to help the middle class.
“The results of her policies are devastating for this state,” Fiorina said.
Boxer, a tenacious campaigner, fired back. She criticized Fiorina for shipping 30,000 jobs overseas before being let go as CEO of Hewlett-Packard Co.
She said Fiorina fights not for average Americans, but for billionaires, millionaires and companies that outsource jobs.
“I’m in the United States Senate because I fight for the people, I fight for the dream,” Boxer said, noting Fiorina’s $21 million severance package after she was let go. “I don’t think we need those Wall Street values right now.”
What did you think?