Can’t wait can you?

In the first Republican primary debate, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina achieved the impossible when she delivered a performance which was still echoing through Quicken Loans Arena three hours later.

Someone who isn’t even a politician stood on a stage with six other candidates — who’ve been governors and senators — and eviscerated them. The media noticed. The voters noticed. The polls have spoken.

That was never supposed to happen.

Kyle Cheney and Katie Glueck wrote for Politico that “Two weeks after the first Republican presidential debate in Cleveland, several candidates scraping the bottom of primary polls are still seething about their treatment — and ripping party leadership for what they describe as, at best careless, and at worst intentional, decisions that embarrassed them on national TV.”