Hugh Hewitt is a socially conservative, evangelical Christian blogger; I’m a libertarian conservative, gay Jewish blogger. Yet, both of us agree about the excellence of the campaign Carly Fiorina has run and the ability of this dynamic woman to represent California in the United States Senate.
This morning, Hugh wrote:
Fiorina has run a magnificent campaign in the Golden State and Barbara Boxer’s increasingly shrill and desperate campaign reflects that. But 28 years of Boxer’s strident, angry and ever-ungracious arrogance –“Please don’t call me ma’am”– has contrasted so poorly with Fiorina’s disciplined, tough and principled appeals to California voters to send a senator to D.C. who can actually get something done for the state and the country to encourage economic growth and the return of California greatness.
But, he warns:
When Boxer gets desperate, she unleashes Bob Mulholland, one of the most malevolent forces in American politics. As soon as the president leaves the state the campaign will go into Bob season.
Mulholland or one of his stooges will likely soon sling some some mud in attempt to derail Carly’s surge. It doesn’t bother theses partisans that Boxer has failed to deliver for our state nor that she has no new ideas on how to get California out of its current mess. We have the third highest unemployment rate in the nation, with 63,500 jobs lost in September 2010 the last month for which numbers are available.
It’s someone someone who’s spent the past three decades on the taxpayer’s dole lost her job. Support the woman working hard to retire Barbara Boxer. Join Hugh and me in supporting Carly Fiorina.