Bring her your tired, maybe, but your poor? Probably not

Referring to the possibility that Carly Fiorina will be the next president of the World Bank, Left I notes: "And in that world composed of anti-matter where the head of the World Bank is the spokesman for the world's poor, what better person to fill that role than someone who was paid $188.6 million in the last five years and just got severance pay of $21.4 million for having done a job bad (sic) enough to get fired?" (Left I On the News)


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