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Carly Fiorina gets the mocking treatment on SNL

Technically Incorrect: She's Carly on a Harley, as far as Saturday Night Live in concerned.

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.

Do you have a need for Sneed? SNL/Hulu screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

If you decide you want to be president, you must be prepared for a joke or two.

Since former HP CEO Carly Fiorina decided that she is the best to counter Hillary Clinton on Monday, tongues have wagged and wags have sharpened their tongues in her direction.

First, there was her slight faux-pas in not registering, which became a site critical of her tenure at HP.

Last night, however, Saturday Night Live decided it should honor her entry. It offered a highly charged introduction to all the Republican candidates who have declared themselves so far.

After a bizarrely enchanting, dancing Ted Cruz, in rode Fiorina. "Carly on a Harley," as Cecily Strong's DJ delivery described her.

Carly on a very nice Harley is an interesting sight. Some might be saddened, though, that she wore pink and black business attire, rather than leather.

It can't be easy playing Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina. This, however, is the task given to Kate McKinnon. So she decided that Fiorina is someone with expansive gestures, especially with her mouth and bottom.

DJ Strong explained: "Her maiden name is Carly Sneed. And she's got just what you sneed. Unless what you sneed is foreign policy experience."

Oh. Ah. When has that ever mattered? We're America. Our foreign policy has always been: "We're America. And you're not."

Should Fiorina's candidacy gain some traction, there will surely be more attempts at poking fun at her. It's not entirely obvious, though, where that fun might lie.

Unless she starts saying things that are patently hilarious. Or even, to some, Hillarious.