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California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina (R) sent a letter to her supporters yesterday in honor of the first night of the Jewish holiday of Passover, which she described as a time where "we break bread and spend time with our families and friends."
Add this to the annals of unfortunate metaphors, since Passover is actually a time when most Jews abstain from eating any bread at all.
Now, obviously this is just an unfortunate choice of hackneyed phraseology. We all know what Fiorina meant by this, and the metaphor was ironic given the particulars of the holiday, but not otherwise inapt. However, considering that Fiorina's campaign is also responsible for the worst political ad of all time, it's looking more and more like a treasure trove of unintentional comedy.
Kind of like her tenure at Hewlett-Packard, come to think of it.