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Yesterday, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina joined an already crowded field vying for the Republican nomination for president.
She announced her campaign in an appearance on Good Morning America and via her Twitter account.
That tweet links to her campaign website carlyforpresident.com, which looks like this:
But she didn't register all the domains pertaining to her name, such as carlyfiorina.org, which currently looks like this:
The website contains 30,000 sad faces, one for every worker Fiorina laid off at HP, ending with this quote from a 2005 Fortune profile:
I would have done them all faster. Every person that I've asked to leave, whether it's been clear publicly or not, I would have done faster.
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