Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The Rinse and Repeat Continues


In the first "undercard" debate, Carly Fiorina did little to distinguish herself but came out of it the media-designated winner, got a little temporary bump in the polls, and qualified for the big kids' table.

In her first "big stage" debate, Fiorina did little to distinguish herself but came out of it the media-designated winner,  got a little temporary bump in the polls, and ...

Writing in the Washington Post, Catherine Lucey asserts that "with slowing poll numbers, Fiorina is again looking to the debate stage for a burst of energy."

Well, no, she's looking to another burst of fawning post-debate coverage of her flat, boring and panderific performances to artificially goose her poll numbers.

Why is the media -- "conservative" AND "mainstream" -- in the tank for Carly Fiorina?

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