Skip to comments.(March 31, 1998) Mayor Giuliani's Statement on Death of Bella Abzug
Posted on 04/10/2007 1:16:00 PM PDT by pissant
I am very saddened by the loss of Bella Abzug. She contributed a great deal to New York City through her life and career. I know all New Yorkers will join with me to offer condolences, support and prayers to her family."
(Excerpt) Read more at nyc.gov ...
Just doing the honorable thing.
I really don’t care if he was mean to Arafat or nice to Bella, I really care about his positions and past actions.
Bush........ .... Molly Ivins was a Texas original, Bush said in a statement. I respected her convictions, her passionate belief in the power of words, and her ability to turn a phrase. She fought her illness with that same passion.
Perry....... ........ Texas Gov. Rick Perry, whom Ivins had playfully called Governor Goodhair, praised Ivins for her wit and insight. Molly Ivins clever and colorful perspectives on people and politics gained her national acclaim and admiration that crossed party lines, Perry said in a statement.
Hillary could setup a website where her opposition research and private detective firms were accepting online donations to fund the Rudy investigations - and most of these people would contribute to it.
I guess not. This is pretty sad really!
Pissant’s statement on the death of Bella Azbug:
“Finally, the old commie dingbat kicked the bucket. Let’s all have a beer”.
This is almost 10 years old, what’s the relevance?
Perhaps this signals the bottom of your barrel.
One Word! RUDY!
This is so sad. We’ve watched President Bush handle himself with dignity and talk about Democrats at their funerals as though they were close friends; I’m thinking of Ann Richards and how kind his words were at her funeral.
And we have Rudy haters who think this post is something that damns Rudy. Actually, what it does is say more about them and none of it complimentary. There are an awful lot of hypocritical socons and we’re seeing it in action right now.
If I were a Rudy supporter, I don’t think I would bring up the subject of sexual obsessions. That opens a huge can of worms, or should we say closets?
First, FReepers have, since the forum was created, spent their time combing the internet for articles that are unflattering to liberals. FReepers have spent a great deal of time exposing liberals and attacking them. Rudy Giuliani is a liberal and he deserves exactly what he's getting from people like Pissant.
Second, what better way for a FReeper to spend his time than to call attention to "unflattering" details about the most liberal Republican presidential candidate ever to run for the office? And if something is found and posted that catches fire on the net and derails Giuliani's candidacy, then Free Republic will have again served is purpose and mission in promoting conservatives and conservatism and fighting liberals and liberalism.
Just because you've gone off the reservation and are supporting a liberal candidate does not mean that the mission of Free Republic or the activities of its members should change.
This is making me think the socons are possibly the biggest hypocrites I’ve ever met. At least the FR socons.
Actually this post proves one thing. RUDY IS A GENTLEMAN!
I can understand why Rudy issued this statement, but I find it damn funny how you’ve managed to get under the skin of all the Rudyphiles. You must be doing something right...keep up the good work!
Too bad some freepers can’t say the same thing.
Um...I understand you digging up dirt on Rudy, but this doesn’t seem like anything more than the standard sort of pro forma statement a politician would issue on the death of a famous person. If Slick Willie was to kick the bucket sometime in the next 1 3/4 years, I would expect President Bush to issue a similar statement expressing sympathy to the family. It’s just what mayors and governors and Presidents are expected to do.
There’s plenty of past record to smack Rudy over the head with. I don’t see where this really qualifies, IMO.
LOL. Oh, but she’s being hailed as doing wonderful work. Maybe she can be given the Ronald Reagan Freedom Award. Oops, I forgot: that went to Rudy.
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