Carly Fiorina has just started in politics and she’s already weaseling out of direct answers:
In a question-and-answer session with reporters, the just-announced Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and former CEO of Hewlett-Packard straddled the fence on issues ranging from climate change to immigration, refusing to give specific answers on the most controversial aspects of those debates.
She deemed climate change a “serious issue” but at the same time suggested the science surrounding global warming is less than conclusive. She said she supports “controlling the border” against illegal immigration and establishing a better temporary worker program, but she declined to say whether she would vote to create a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants now in the country.
English translation: Yes, she would vote to create a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants now in the country.