OK. I get it. Her is/was excessively argumentative. What about his JUDGEMENT?
The best judgment in the world can't save someone who everyone else hates and doesn't want to deal with. Everyone in the corporate world has worked with a Ted Cruz. The guy is an organizational cancer.
Right now, Ted Cruz is, pardon the pun, Trump's "trump card." Cruz is so disliked that the "stop Trump" movement cannot get any traction rallying around Ted. And Fiorina is to Cruz what suck-up Chris Christie is to Trump.
To me it's more important that his argument is CORRECT than his being pushy about it. That's what I mean by "judgement."
Hang on, aren't you the same guy who, for the better part of the past seven years, has been part of the crowd that harangues Obama for his supposed lack of leadership and inability to bring people together and get them to compromise? And now you're defending a man who is so universally despised that he can't even get people who fundamentally agree with him to line up behind him, or even to say something nice about him.
Yes. Ideally I'd like both judgement and people skills. But if I have to choose, I'd pick judgement. Look at Obama, he doesn't have people skills but has gotten some things done through Executive Action.
Look at Obama, he doesn't have people skills but has gotten some things done through Executive Action.
A little ambiguous. If not for your history of past posts, one might think you were actually endorsing Obama or his actions. Since we can be reasonably assured that couldn't possibly be the case, might you be using sarcasm of which you have stated often you don't care for?
Always looking to learn, so clarification would be appreciated.
I am SHOCKED that Cruz picked Carly. She owns a restaurant on Martha Vineyard, a notorious Liberal watering hole. She sucks up to the Clinton's every summer when they vacation on the Vineyard. Why would Cruz do that? She even had a big hit aimed at Ronald Reagan, "You're so Vain."