Today (Saturday) I went to the dedication of the Ray Burton museum at the Bath Historical Society.
I'm doing a separate blog just about this but I went to this dedication for two reason(s). First was to honor the late and great Ray Burton and second to see a presidential candidate, Carly Fiorina that was scheduled to appear at this event.
Fiorina was a no show.
I'm really questioning this. In today's world with e-mail, text messaging and even twitter update why isn't that even if Fiorina couldn't attend she could have at least sent word that she wasn't coming. Another idea would have possibly sent a staffer or supporter in her place.
There is more to being a presidential candidate than giving a debate speech or responding to Donald Trump. I think reflects badly on the Carly Fiorina campaign and demonstrates a lack of commincation and leadership.
Is this what we want for the next President?
A poster to my blog has pointed out that predidential candidate Carly Fiorina did in fact appear at this event.
When I wrote this blog yesterday afternoon, I'd thought that I had stayed for "most" of the event in question I'd also not seen the candidate at the time stated on her very own website which stated to the effect: "event starts at 11:00am." Guess I assumed, incorrectly, that the candidate would be at the event during this timeframe.
I'm glad that there are such smart, articulate individuals like Mr. Remick that can point these things out.