You would think someone with the supposed business experience of Carly Fiorina would know to register the domain with her name BEFORE announcing her bid for President of the United States. However, she did not.

But guess what? Someone did it for her. And punk’d her in the most amazing way imaginable — with the truth.

During Fiorina’s time as the CEO of HP she laid off 30,000 people and pretty much brought the company to its knees trying to merger with Compaq.

Now, someone has brought Fiorina’s past back to haunt her. When you visit you are greeted by this:

“Carly Fiorina failed to register this domain.

So I’m using it to tell you how many people she laid off at Hewlett-Packard.

It was this many:


And it goes on to show a frown face emoticon for every single person she laid off — all 30,000 thousand of them.


At the very bottom of the page it says:

That’s 30,000 people she laid off. People with families. And what does she say she would have done differently?

“I would have done them all faster.”
—Carly Fiorina


She was bad for HP and she’s bad for America. She actually believes that she stands a solid chance against Hillary Clinton on the lone fact thatshe is a woman. She has no experience working in public service, and her experience working in the private sector is horrifying.  She flushed HP’s reputation down the toilet.

Fiorina, however, isn’t the first to get her domain name trolled. Canadian born Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz also failed to register his name. is an advertisement for supporting President Obama’s immigration reform.

The lessons to learn from all of this? Republicans are not web savvy, they can’t run companies, some are born in Canada, and none of them should ever be President of the United States.
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