Sarah Palin Endorses Fiorina

Senate candidate Carly Fiorina won a much-desired endorsement in her bid to replace Sen. Barbara Boxer, that of former GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.

Fiorina has in the past said she shares Palin’s values, and apparently Palin agrees.

From the press release:

“Carly is the Commonsense
Conservative that California needs and our country could sure use in
these trying times. She’s not a career politician. She’s a
businesswoman who has run a major corporation. She knows how to
really incentivize job creation. Her fiscal conservatism is rooted in
real life experience. She knows that when government grows, the
private sector shrinks under the burden of debt and deficits. We can
trust Carly to do the right thing for America’s economy and to make
the principled decisions she has throughout her professional career,”
said Governor Palin. “Please consider that Carly is the
conservative who has the potential to beat California’s liberal
senator, Barbara Boxer, in November. I’m a huge proponent of
contested primaries, so I’m glad to see the contest in California’s
GOP, but I support Carly as she fights through a tough primary
against a liberal member of the GOP who seems to bear almost no
difference to Boxer, one of the most leftwing members of the Senate.”

4 thoughts on “Sarah Palin Endorses Fiorina

  1. “unnecessary and discriminatory hurdles to employment for work-authorized noncitizens.” (T E Perez)
    There are jobs in Los Angeles County where the employer requires bilingual Spanish-English. Many Mexicans have adequate English skills. Employers in Los Angeles County hire Mexicans exclusively. What if the applicants at the Arizona college do not possess the visa for specialized work, say, architect. There are many unemployed Arizonans who are citizens and are available for those jobs at the college. In California, a social security card may be all that is needed to show in order to get hired. A Mexican woman who had her baby in the U S is using her anchor baby’s social security card for her own.
    The federal government has yet to pass legislation like the National ID Card (social security card with photo) and English as the official language. Those two bills are needed as is the protection at the border.

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