—-Carly Fiorina often touts her business experience while she was the CEO of Hewlett-Packard but leaves out a very important part of her track-record.
During Fiorina’s tenure, she laid off 30,000 workers and shipped their jobs overseas to India and China. All you have to do is listen to the voices of former Hewlett-Packard employees to get to know the REAL Carly:
“After 21 years and 18 months shy of retirement, I was laid off…I lost about 50% of my retirement nest egg by believing what she was saying.” – Mike Angles, Laid-off Manager – Hewlett Packard
“The layoff was very hard. We’ve gone from two cars in the driveway and all things you would need…and now we are trying to remodify our loan…a matter of fact, now we’re on food stamps.” – Susan Walsh, Laid-off Executive Assistant – Hewlett Packard
In these tough economic times, we need to bring jobs to the state, not ship them overseas because the labor is cheaper.
Robert Greenwald and the Brave New Films team
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Senator Marco Rubio of Florida is suffering from a severe case of climate denier syndrome. In a recent interview, he said “I do not believe that human activity is causing these dramatic changes to our climate the way these scientists are portraying it.”
That’s right. A 2016 presidential hopeful does not believe the fact that climate change is already impacting the lives of millions of Americans—especially his constituents in Florida.
This is not the time to ignore verifiable facts, and it’s definitely not time for candidates to run on anti-science platforms.
Join Daily Kos and NextGen Climate in telling Senator Rubio he is dead wrong about climate change. NextGen Climate will send you updates and information about what’s happening and how you can get involved.
Paul Hogarth, Daily Kos