Releases Hot Air: The Movie
SANTA CLARA, CA – As the keynote speaker before hundreds of delegates at the California Republican Party convention in Santa Clara, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today discussed her commitment to bringing common sense and fiscal responsibility back to the U.S. Senate, Barbara Boxer’s failure to stand up for our state and what Californians can do to take back their government in Washington.
“California deserves a U.S. senator who will stand up for California, create jobs and help solve our nation’s most pressing challenges. The people of California have had enough of Barbara Boxer’s failed tenure and bitter partisanship,” Fiorina said to the crowd. “As Ronald Reagan once said, it is now ‘a time for choosing.’ We must choose to make a difference for our state in the U.S. Senate. And that begins by choosing new representation to send to Washington.”
In conjunction with her speech, Fiorina today also released a short movie entitled Hot Air, chronicling Boxer’s failed tenure as a U.S. senator. The creative and attention-grabbing movie describes Boxer’s bitter partisanship, her ineffectiveness and her 18-year long record of support for tax hikes, job-killing legislation and big-government spending. It also contrasts Boxer’s failed tenure with Carly’s record of success as a proven problem-solver, fiscal conservative and the only candidate in this race who has ever created a job, met a payroll or had to cut a budget. A new Web site, www.FailedSenator.com was also launched to not only feature Hot Air, but also to engage voters in learning more about the clear choice in this race.
“Barbara Boxer has been a professional politician her whole adult life, and she’s forgotten how the real world works. She has failed to deliver results and stand up for the people who elected her. It’s time for her career as a politician to come to an end,” continued Fiorina. “I come from the real world, where actions trump talk and problem-solving trumps partisanship. I am running for U.S. Senate because Washington needs a lot more common sense and a lot less hot air.”
To watch the short movie and review facts behind it, visit www.FailedSenator.com.