Let us start with former California republican Senatorial Candidate Carly Fiorina.
“Let us accept Rev. Al’s point and the president’s point about fairness,” Fiorina replied. “But equally, it is not fair that public employee union pensions and benefits are so rich now that cities and states are going bankrupt and college tuition is going up 25 and 30 percent or police and firefighters are being cut. There’s a lot that isn’t fair right now.”
Carly Fiorina was the ousted CEO of Hewlett Packard, whose claim to fame was laying off 18,000 + American workers and leaving with a $42,000,000 pay off when she was fired. She also tried to run for Senate in CA where she ended up paying about $5.5 Million dollars of her own money to unsuccessfully buy the seat. This is the woman who tells us that public workers are so rich?
Secondly is Fox news contributor Andrea Tantaros, showing us that anyone can be a republican pundit!
STUART VARNEY (HOST): Could you live on $133 per month for food?
TANTAROS: I should try it because do you know how fabulous I’d look? I’d be so skinny. I mean, the camera adds ten pounds, it really does. I’d be looking great.
Since bad luck comes in three's here we go: Bailed out Wall St. Firm Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein thinks that the "Entitlements have to be contained". Blankfein is worth approximately $450,000,000 and pulls down an annual salary of $55,000,000. Blankfein also feels that the average American, who is retired and pulling in a Social Security check of $1230, is the person who is breaking the system. And this guy runs a company?!?!?!?!