A Different Set of Things

Carly Fiorina is right. Running a corporation is a completely different set of things than being Vice President.  For one, they don’t give you $21 million for getting voted out.

“Do you think [Sarah Palin] has the experience to run a major company like Hewlett Packard?” the host asked Fiorina.

“No, I don’t,” she replied. “But that’s not what she’s running for. Running a corporation is a different set of things.”

Also, when you’re President, the price of massive failure only includes things like global financial collapse and nuclear war, so clearly we should be holding our presidential and vice presidential candidates to a less stringent standard than being a CEO.

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4 Responses to A Different Set of Things

  1. brennen says:

    And we have such high moral & intellectual standards for CEOs.

  2. Brent says:

    Man, no offense, but this blog’s gotten negative of late.

  3. saalon says:

    I’ll write on the topics that are important to me, thank you.

  4. brennen says:

    As opposed to the real world, which is presently just brimming with sweetness and light?

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