California’s U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer is retiring at age 75. The departure hasn’t tempered her hate for her onetime opponent and now-presidential candidate Carly Fiorina.
Last week, Boxer’s wrath was one colossal exposure of hypocrisy and bitterness.
Boxer claimed the following about her then-“landslide” victory:
- * “She’s the face of income inequality and the face of corporate greed;”
- * “(T)he people of California didn’t want her doing to the country what she did to Hewlett Packard;”
- * CEO Fiorina enriched herself heading HP, used private planes, bought a yacht, laid off 30,000, with shipping jobs overseas”;
- * HP stock dropped and Fiorina was fired;”
- * She lacks “compassion and even caring about working people;”
- * Fiorina’s run for president is “the new definition of chutzpah;”
- * “She hasn’t had a job since she was fired.”
All of that is so rich, it’s hard to know where to start.
Let’s run down the list of Boxer’s compassion for the working family, her fine work, morals and ethics:
* Barbara Boxer was a stockbroker for three years and a newspaper editor for two, entering the political world in 1974 – forty-one years ago;
* It’s a cakewalk for a Democrat to prevail in California, especially after three decades of name recognition. Boxer has held an office in the Washington sewer since 1983 and ranks eleventh in seniority in the 100-person U.S. Senate.
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