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Senator Barbara Boxer depicted her as the face of corporate greed. Senator Boxer claims that Ms. Fiorina was the "most mean-spirited opponent I've ever had."

Carly Fiorina Face

Carly's Many Faces—James Otto

Presidential candidate Donald Trump asked if America would vote for that face.

Is Carly Fiorina "two faced?" For the answer, let's compare Ms. Fiorina's deeds and words.

Witness the facts spoken from Ms. Fiorina's own mouth and the people who know her.

Carly Fiorina admitted she used the H-1b visa program to import foreign workers while CEO at Hewlett-Packard.

Fiorina fired 18,000 U.S. workers in 2003 and replaced them with imported foreign workers as CEO of Hewlett-Packard and admitted she wished she had "done them all faster."

After her decision to fire Americans and import un-skilled foreign workers, Carly Fiorina defended her position by declaring that "There is no job that is America's God given right anymore."

Fiorina called the replacing of Americas "Right Shoring."

Carly Fiorina intentionally destroyed American lives to earn a bonus large enough to buy an extra yacht and 5 extra airplanes for herself.

Fiorina continued to import foreign workers to replace more U.S. workers until she was fired by HP in 2005.

The Flip-Flop

Fiorina's postion was that imported foreign workers to replace Americans was good for her wealth and health. At least, until 2010, when she ran for a new job as Senator from California, which she lost because the voters rejected her defense of firing thousands of qualified U.S workers so she could import tens of thousands of un-skilled foreign workers to earn a bonus large enough to buy an extra yacht and 5 extra airplanes.

Again, Fiorina is looking for another job, this time as President of the United States. To set the scene to day, she and her Wall Street financiers have put forth a huge effort to redefine her rocky and inhumane business reputation as an unfit and heartless executive.

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In a major flip-flop of opinion, Fiorina slammed Disney Corporation for wrongful behavior towards its U.S. employees when Disney fired 850 highly qualified American workers after Disney forced the condemned Americans to train their own un-skilled foreign replacements.

Yet again, Carly Fiorina admitted she used the H-1b visa program to import foreign workers while CEO at Hewlett-Packard and laid off more than 30,000 U.S. employees while CEO of HP between 1999 and 2005. Yet, today, she slammed Disney for wrongful behavior for forcing U.S workers to train the incompetent foreign workers imported to replace them.

In June 2015, Fiorina stated:

It's become an issue, where people are using it as almost an industry. It's become an issue where it appears that some companies that are abusing that program and asking American workers to train H1B visa replacements so they can lower wages. That's a terrible thing. I would never defend that. And so, for those companies that are abusing that program, shame on them,

Yet, former HP workers claim they had to train their foreign replacements at HP before they were laid off by Fiorina.

Fiorina also says: "[She] understand[s] that the American dream starts with a job." So, the U.S. must "create jobs here at home."

Wait one darn minute! Fiorina recently said some jobs have to go.

Which side of her face is she standing on?

Fiorina has not commented on Hillary Clinton's conduct as Secretary of State in December 2011 of ordering the U.S. Embassies in India to accept all guest worker visa requests to come to the U.S to take jobs away from qualified American workers. For example, the U.S Department of State and Homeland Security issued reports that establishes after Secretary Clinton's order, more than 2.5 million extra guest workers entered the U.S to take jobs away from American workers. (The actual number of guest workers visas issued in 2012 was over 8.9 million.)

Fiorina has not commented on 2015 reports from the U.S Department of State, Homeland Security and the Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting that corporations imported in excess of 9 million un-skilled foreign workers in 2014, 2013 and 2012, for the sole purpose of replacing American workers.

Fiorina has not commented on the exceptionally high numbers of American workers left unemployed after being replaced by imported foreign workers.

Perhaps, Carly needs a thirrd side of her face to speak about helping—not firing—U.S. workers to keep their job.

But I forget—Fiorina has no experience or desire to help Americans. That will not earn her money to buy more yachts and more private jet planes.

James Otto