She has a checkered, to put it charitably (failed, to put it more bluntly), business career and no political career whatsoever, having lost her previous run for elective office. It is the height of chutzpah to imagine that she is remotely qualified to be president. Or, since it’s the more likely endgame, for vice president either.
I would have serious qualms about any candidate who seeks the presidency without government experience, no matter how much value he or she produced for shareholders.
Which raises several questions. When Jesse Jackson ran for POTUS in 1984, 1988, and 2000, he had no government experience to speak of. Will Marcus confirm that he wasn't "remotely qualified to be president"? How about Wes Clark and Al Sharpton when they ran in 2004. If Clark's army experience counts, why not Fiorina's business experience?