Carly Fiorina Hates Freedom

On October 21, 2009, in General, by Neil Stevens

I don’t how else to describe this. I’m not being hyperbolic, I’m not criticizing her just because I’ve endorsed her opponent, and I’m not hyperventilating. I just read this article and those are the words that came to my mind.

Just read what she told VentureBeat:

Asked what she thought about regulation of the web, she said it was inevitable that there would be more regulation of it. Why, for instance, is there no protection of women and children on the Internet, when there is plenty in real life. She said this duality — where anything goes on the wild wild west of the Internet — would have to end.

We cannot ever seriously entertain the possibility that this woman would ever represent the Republican party in any official capacity, ever. This kind of reflexive anti-Constitutional nanny-statism cannot be tolerated. If we wanted that, we’d vote Democrat.


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