Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard and currently one of McCain's economic advisor, has a tendency to speak the truth as she sees it, and it doesn't always go well with politicking...which is not about truth so much as P.R. most of the time.
This time she said she didn't think Sarah Palin was qualified to run Hewlett Packard, and later had to defend the statement...
After asserting that not only couldn't Palin run HP, but that neither could McCain, Obama or Biden, Fiorina went on to say that a major corp was not the same as being Prez or VP.
"It's a fallacy to suggest that the country is like a company," she said.
Hello! Thank you Ms. Fiorina!
So why is it then that the Republicans constantly compare running the country to running a company? It's like a mantra.