Carly Fiorina was interviewed by Hugh Hewitt today. The last question was on the comparison between Fiorina and Sarah Palin and Dan Quayle who had problems as VP candidate. Hewitt asked if any interviewer had tried to trip her up or if they ceded the ground to her realizing Carly knows her stuff.
Sixteen minutes worth listening to. LINK
But, if Cruz and Fiorina were elected, it would be the first time in my political life that a Vice President would be up to the quality of the President and with a similar vision. Nixon was utterly different than Eisenhower; no nexus between Johnson and Kennedy, and Bush was a moderate conservative to Reagan's deep, principled conservatism. Cruz and Fiorina are very evenly matched in terms of core beliefs and leadership brilliance.
A sixteen year run for a presidential team with similar principles may never be, but it is fun to contemplate.