Quote of the Day:

Hillary Clinton is fond of saying that if she’s elected, she’ll be the first woman president.  But there’s someone else who can say that as well. Her name is Carly Fiorina . . .

Glenn Reynolds in USA Today

Glenn Reynolds has done a terrific and wide ranging interview with The Other Woman, wherein GOP candidate Fiorina talks about the Iranian nuclear deal, why people have been responding to Donald Trump,  and–of course–the differences between her economic prescriptions and those of Hillary Clinton. It's a sharp interview with the crisp responses that are Fiorina's trademark.

Here's Fiorina contrasting her economic views with Mrs. Clinton's:

"We help the middle class when we unburden them from the very policies that Hillary Clinton would double down on. She champions Big Government, which we know enables crony capitalism and exacerbates inequality. If you are wealthy, powerful and well-connected, you can handle Big Government. If you are small and powerless, you are getting crushed by things like our colossal, 70,000-page tax code. I have advocated for rolling back regulations, simplifying the tax code and moving to zero-based budgeting — policies that will support small businesses and raise up the middle class."

Here she is on why Trump has been such a lightning rod:

"People are angry that things as common sense as securing the border and eliminating sanctuary cities are being framed as extreme views. They are tired of empty rhetoric without action, and they are hungry for a leader from outside the professional political class.  I think we need a real plan, which is why I have offered a much more specific approach to securing the border, fixing the legal immigration system and addressing illegal immigration." 

Even if Fiorina doesn't get the nomination, she is helping to redefine feminism. It's a nice interview that shows us why Fiorina is resonating.