I could not help but be amused by how Fiorina seems to have emerged as the "flavor of the day". The debate and the aftermath has been discussed to death by the "punditry" and some of the after-thoughts are not worth even the time of day being mentioned here. Our team will provide a monthly update on the state of the campaign starting next month in the aftermath of the first Democratic Debate.
Despite disagreements I have with all the candidates, I can't help but admire the courage of all who throw themselves out there. With the myriad of forms, the 24x7 scrtunity they have to endure, I can't help but wonder--why do it? When you get in, what then? What I did find quite telling was this exchange about Fiorina as she criticized Hillary Clinton for her campaign:
What I found laughable was how still even today there are people in the United states don't believe Neil Armstrong landed on the moon.
As our team assessed the "day" and worked on the twitter feeds it was also quite telling how Republicans had also descended on South Carolina to attend a 6-Hour Heritage Action Event which Mr. Trump backed out of due to what the Campaign called a "business transaction" in the aftermath of the birther question noted last night. I will only note this: Some of the Republicans may well make it to a Republican President's Cabinet including George Pataki and Chris Christie. In the meantime, though, the business of Government has to continue as a budget battle looms which our team will continue to monitor. We also will be sharing thoughts on the visit of Pope Francis slated for next week.
The team allowed me to once again borrow this from +Jonathan Huie to underscore the spirit of what #outsiders and about the possibilities:
The most difficult thing is the decision to act,
the rest is merely tenacity.
The fears are paper tigers.
You can do anything you decide to do.
You can act to change and control your life;
and the procedure, the process is its own reward.
- Amelia Earhart
The only way to discover the limits of the possible is
to go beyond them into the impossible.
- Arthur C. Clarke