Fiorina's rivals jumped on comments she made to local business leaders in the Southern California city of Colton as quoted by the Riverside Press-Enterprise: "Whether that is the right approach now, I don't know. I think bankruptcy, as a possibility, at the very least focuses the mind on what has to be done to salvage a situation." They attacked her as unprepared since states under federal law cannot declare bankruptcy.
I don't know- seems to me that Carly's plenty prepared... quoting from Wikipedia...
In July 1999, Hewlett-Packard Company named Fiorina chief executive officer succeeding Lewis Platt . . . Fiorina was forced out of HP in 2005 after its stock price had fallen in value by half. . . . The company's stock jumped on news of Fiorina's departure. . . . When Fiorina became CEO in July, 1999, HP's stock price was $52 per share, and when she left 5 years later in February, 2005, it was $21 per share—a loss of over 60% of the stock's value. During this same time period, HP competitor Dell's stock price increased from $37 to $40 per share.
Seems to me Carly has plenty of experience... at bankruptcy, and at running large enterprises into the ground.
Typical Republican, in other words.