Love this, you will too. It’s a perfect example of how you can reject the premise of a question, and remind ‘reporters’ who’s in charge, and it’s not them.

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  1. lsugirl89 says:

    I would love to see Fiorina B—-slap Chuck Todd. He would NEVER pull this crap on Hillary. He’s despicable!

  2. Kimj7157 says:

    SOOO satisfying. 🙂 Seems like she always hits it out of the park. There is no hesitation. So well spoken and confident. She shuts these jerks down with the facts every time. Can’t wait to see her in the next debate. I think she’ll shine once again.

  3. Vintageport says:

    Another factor that has led to these horrendous fires comes also from liberal environmental politics. The Forest Service is not allowed to carry on a program of controlled burns in these forested areas. As a result, there is a huge accumulation of “fuel” on the ground. All it takes is one lit cigarette or a lightning bolt to set off an uncontrollable firestorm causing loss of property and lives. Of course the liberal response is to blame global warming or to boast that these fires are the result of a natural condition.

  4. strider says:

    “Climate change” has none of the mystery of “ozone hole” or sense of danger and urgency of “acid rain”. If those two are gone, the climate has changed for the better.

  5. Teri says:

    Carly is a class act. Well done. Notice how Jerry Brown pulled the classic liberal stunt of just calling someone stupid and not backing up his statements, which made absolutely no sense at all. Theres a running mate for Hillary. Jumpsuit/Spacesuit 2016

  6. Piquerish says:

    The more I see of Carly, the more I like. The more I like, the more I want to see. Governor Moonbeam, true to libtardic form, spits out insults and slurs. Like Carly, I, too, blame politicians. But I go a step further. As a former Californian and USC graduate, I have seen Kumbaya-humming low-information voters galumphing off to polls to vote populist crap and crap candidates into the fabric of the Golden State’s government, and watched it begin to take a miserable toll as far back as Jarvis-Gann in 1978. Proud to say that I was there to vote in favor of Proposition 13, and cheered when it cleared a Supreme Court challenge years later and was inscribed as Article 13A into the Constitution of the State of California. Run Carly, Run! Shut up, Brown, SHUT UP!

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