Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina told Caffeinated Thoughts at the Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday that she is seriously interested in running for President in 2016.  She discusses what would set her apart from what will likely be a crowded Republican field.  Fiorina also discusses her views on the Common Core State Standards.

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  1. Her waffling on abortion, during her Senate campaign, probably disqualifies her from consideration:

    SF Gate (4/3/2010)

    In November, while speaking at an event sponsored by the conservative magazine the American Spectator, Fiorina said she “probably would have voted for” Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the court. Sotomayor has said she considers abortion rights to be an issue settled by the court.
    On Friday, Fiorina said, “I do not believe where a potential judicial nominee stands on that issue is a qualifier or an unqualifier.”
    ‘A decided issue’

    She added that while “many, many voters are going to conclude while that is a very important issue, it is frankly a decided issue,” she said.

    “The law is clear in the state of California, where there is a constitutional guarantee to the right to an abortion. So why are we talking about a theoretical issue?”

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