Yes, she was excellent. Definintely hit the ball out of the park.
But, that's meaningless if she cannot register among the peeps who vote.
So, here's the deal: If The Donald is to be dealt with, he has to be confronted on his home turf which is that of straight-forward, no nonsense, appeal to the folks.
Fiorina can win this one.
But, don't push Trump's "flip flops." That doesn't work with the folks. They've all flipped flopped on small matters and sometimes very big matters. Just ask the attorneys who are being paid very big $$$s.
The Donald is vulnerable when it comes to undertanding the Constitution. As the nation's chief executive, the President has to deal with 2 other, co-equal branches of government. The President can't act unilaterally, in most mattters. In "The Art of the Deal," The Donald envisions a more capitalist, tycoon type of President, for which there is no warrant in the Constitution.
Fiorina hinted at that distinction during this evening's first debate. She can best The Donald on this issue: Constitutional conservatism.
If Fiorina doesn't go for the juggular on this one, she's toast. She'll have forsaken the one opportunity she had to take her argument to The Donald.
For The Motley Monk, it's looking to be very Interestinky!