DNC accidentally declares a winner in yesterday's debates

I rarely agree with the Democratic National Committee, but yesterday they told us who they thought won the debates, albeit indirectly, and they were spot-on.  The only debater their Twitter feed attacked during the debates was Carly Fiorina, and this tells us whom they fear the most, and whom they saw gaining the most traction.

And true to the colors of the left, who project onto conservatives their own bigotries, they attacked Carly Fiorina in highly sexist terms, using an animated GIF file of a little girl dressed in pink.

I rarely agree with the Democratic National Committee, but yesterday they told us who they thought won the debates, albeit indirectly, and they were spot-on.  The only debater their Twitter feed attacked during the debates was Carly Fiorina, and this tells us whom they fear the most, and whom they saw gaining the most traction.

And true to the colors of the left, who project onto conservatives their own bigotries, they attacked Carly Fiorina in highly sexist terms, using an animated GIF file of a little girl dressed in pink.

Imagine if the RNC had attacked Hillary using a little girl looking clueless.  This would be taken as evidence of a war on women.

There is something else that is quite self-contradictory in the attack.  Carly Fiorina is criticized for not paying attention to short-term earnings, which caused HP stock to decline in the short run.  Instead, under her leadership, HP made hard choices that caused earnings to fall in the short run but which ensured its survival in a competitive and dynamic industry full of examples of once-prominent, now-vanished names like Digital Equipment Corporation.

Yet a principal plank in Hillary Clinton’s campaign is the need to de-emphasize the short run, profit- and stock price-maximizing behavior of management, something Carly Fiorina can rightly claim to have done at HP.

 I imagine that if DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz were questioned about this sexist ad, she would answer with her usual incoherence.