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TOPIC: She's A Rich Girl Who Lost Her Campaign For The Senate, and She Is Mad, Really Mad, About American Workers
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Carly Fiorina, who reportedly stood to receive more than $42 million after being ousted at HP in 2005, says that public workers should receive less benefits because "it is not fair" that unions are "so rich."

During a Sunday panel segment on NBC, MSNBC host Al Sharpton asserted that Congress must agree to raise taxes on the wealthy before cutting spending.

"This is about fairness," he explained. "Why do we need to need to deal with the tax on the rich first? Because we must ensure Americans we are dealing with fairness. We keep talking about shared sacrifice, there was not shared wealth and shared prosperity. So, you're asking people that didn't enjoy the good times to share in paying for the tab that they never enjoyed."

"Let us accept Rev. Al's point and the president's point about fairness," Fiorina replied. "But equally, it is not fair that public employee union pensions and benefits are so rich now that cities and states are going bankrupt and college tuition is going up 25 and 30 percent or police and firefighters are being cut. There's a lot that isn't fair right now."

During Fiorina tenure as the CEO of HP, at least 18,000 workers were laid off after the company's disastrous merger with Compaq.

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TOPIC: She's A Rich Girl Who Lost Her Campaign For The Senate, and She Is Mad, Really Mad, About American Workers