If Hilary Clinton is going to be allowed in the race after Bengazi and the email scandal, then the question of honesty needs to be completely off the table. We need to aceept that all candidates can be dishonest and crooked if we're going to allow one of them to be so.
No, Carly Fiorina's dishonesty should not disqualify her from the presidential race. The U.S. Constitution sets forth three, and only three qualifications for Presidential candidates. One must be thirty five years old, have lived in the U.S. for 14 years, and be a natural born citizen. Other than that, any person who wants to run should be allowed, unless they have committed a felony.
If Carly Fiorina is disqualified from the presidential race, then you might as well disqualify every candidate on both sides of the spectrum, existing congressman and the President himself. No, the people need to decide who is honest or not, and what level of dishonesty they are willing to accept.
Carly Fiorina's dishonesty should not disqualify her from the presidential race, because all presidential candidates are dishonest in some way, shape or form. Candidates promise things that they will never actually do if they are elected president, or lie about facts of their past, and that is just the way of politics and life.