So, today's news is an interesting summary of Fiorina:
1. Failed at HP
2. Failed at Congressional seat
3. Failed to make the top Ten for the CBS 'show' of front-runners
4. Succeeded at the "Second Summit" of the also-ran Seven
5. Succeeded in getting CBS to 'change the rules' to allow her into the "Top Ten"
6. Succeeded in pissing off Donald Trump, enough that he 'shot at her face'
Then there is the Bloomberg article that came out today, claiming that Fiorina not only knew about, but abetted the illegal HP-Iran sales during her tenure at HP. Josh Rogin did a credible job analyzing all of this sordid deal, claiming that HP knowingly skirted the law through a loophole. Essentially true, and as Rogin concludes, it hardly reconciles with her strong words right now, righteously, about what she'd do as President re the Iran 'deal' on the table today.
And for burying the hatchet in the lady, how about Scott Herhold's San Jose Merc article last month, entitled "Grading Carly Fiorina's tenure at HP." Herhold, admittedly a journalist and not an HP employee, trotted out a number of gripes (seems he had to eat his words when he publicly claimed in 2002 she'd not get the Compaq deal done). Carly, he wrote, gave him a "
Most of the gripes are legitimate, on the surface. Such as "