Carly Fiorina continues to break new
breadground in campaign hilarity with this Passover email to supporters (emphasis added):
Passover is a time of remembrance and thanks. This festival provides us all - Jewish, Christian and all faiths - an opportunity to reflect on the challenges we have faced and the triumphs we have achieved together. It is also a reminder of the resilient spirit that has carried people through trials of every kind through every generation.
This week, as we break bread and spend time with our families and friends, I hope we also take a moment to say a word of thanks for our freedom and for those who have given their lives in freedom's name. Let us also look ahead with hope to the opportunities to come.
One of Passover's major distinguishing features, of course, is that you don't eat any bread during it.
Fiorina's campaign was forced to explain:
We meant all bread, leavened and unleavened, and matzo is just unleavened bread so that's what we meant by that.