...It's important that this information is out there. Rudy Guliani is a Clinton liberal and frankly would be no better than the Hildebeest as President. The above material lets you know why.
There are some who have said that you as a conservative should have known what you were voting on the immigration issue for when you cast a vote for GW Bush.
Well, the above information makes it impossible to cast an uninformed one for Rudy. He's a liberal. If you vote for him - either in the primaries or the general election - you are too.
posted on 11/13/2006 8:11:33 PM PST
Rudy Guliani is a Clinton liberal and frankly would be no better than the Hildebeest as President.
He'd be a little better.
posted on 11/13/2006 8:12:33 PM PST
Go piss up a rope.
I do not support Rudy as the GOP nominee in 2008. However, he, at the end of the day, has been tireless in support of national defense, the war against Islamist terrorism, and also worked long and hard to help elect pubbies in the last election. So you can take your Clintonian comparison and stick 'em where your head was a few minutes ago.
posted on 11/13/2006 8:13:36 PM PST
(Objects in tagline are closer than they appear)
Rudy == Rockefeller-style Republican.
It's that type of Republican that lost the election.
posted on 11/13/2006 8:16:24 PM PST
(Remember how you felt on September 11?)
How convenient for you, to have this information compiled and waiting to be posted.
While I will certainly agree that Rudy is WAY too liberal to be the republican candidate, i feel he would be infinitely better than hillary. Still no conservative, though.
I'll go further, if W. lets the liberals bulldoze him into signing everything likely to be on their wish list, I'm finished with what the GOP has become. I fully expect a bunch of backroom tradeoffs, and the loss of much of the ground we've gained.
I'm a conservative, no more voting for pretenders!
posted on 11/13/2006 9:00:58 PM PST
(MAY I DIE ON MY FEET IN MY SWAMP, BUAIDH NO BAS)
Why don't you post your vanity during the 2008 primaries? Look, I'm not too big on Rudy either, but the man deserves a primary hearing. It's way too early to start fussing over 2008 and handwringing over who should be President. Enough! Just let events play out as they should and state your case then. Doing it now is ridiculous. Some of you guys clearly need a vacation.
Guns were already banned in NYC years before Rudy took office. Besides, Rudy cracked down on the gang-banging felons toting guns.
NYC is a very liberal, diverse, tolerant city. It isn't Peoria. There are lots of homosexuals in NYC. It would be un-New York like to disparage them. It is what it is and no conservative is going to change the city.
I don't recall Rudy ever speaking out in favor of affirmative action
This is a local issue not a national one.
Rudy is no conservative. Rudy is a liberal to his political core.
posted on 11/13/2006 9:51:50 PM PST
by Reagan Man
(Conservatives don't support amnesty and conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
Do not forget that Rudy is on CSPAN tape screaming worse than Dean about Florida gun shops selling legal weapons.
Plus can you trust any person elected from the states that give the Senate such "great" people as scummer and hitlery.
Same goes for romney J Fing Kerry and SS Oldsmobile!
posted on 11/13/2006 9:53:06 PM PST
("Remember the Alamo, Goliad and WACO, It is Time for a new San Jacinto")
...It's important that this information is out there. Rudy Guliani is a Clinton liberal and frankly would be no better than the Hildebeest as President.
He'd be a whole lot better than McKook.
posted on 11/13/2006 10:24:42 PM PST
(The MSM is the root of all evil.)
To: TommyDale; Liz
>> Well, the above information makes it impossible to cast an uninformed one for Rudy.
It's completely valid to surface his record; however, the Clinton association doesn't cut it. He turned NYC around at a very low point in it's history; something that's hard to envision a liberal pulling off. Giuliani prosecuted cases involving serious fellows, and also indicted Marc Rich who, oddly enough, was later pardoned by Bill Clinton.
As the article points out, he's certainly not the Conservative many of us are hoping for.
I don't care what names I get called, but so far HE is who I'm voting for in the Primaries unless Barbour or someone else gets in.
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