It is not entirely clear what the position Fiorina is. She spoke to CNBC 9/15 saying :
"I think there are loads of great ideas on how to make Social Security more financially solvent. I do not think there is a prayer of implementing a single one until you get a leader in the Oval Office who's prepared to challenge the status quo. And I am not prepared to go to the American people and talk to them about how we're going to reform Social Security and Medicare until I can demonstrate to them that the government can execute with excellence, perform its responsibilities with excellence, serve the people who pay for it with excellence."
Here is my understanding of her quote. She is not prepared to tell the American people about how we're going to reform Social Security and Medicare until there is a new President. Basically, she will tell us what she will do after she is elected.