Skip to comments.Rudy Giuliani: The Knight and ‘The Queen’ (11/28/2001)
Posted on 03/02/2007 5:17:19 PM PST by Ol' Sparky
Rudy Giuliani: The Knight and The Queen
According to The London Times, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani gives kisses before he leaves every morning, but to neither his estranged wife, nor his girlfriend. Instead, says The Times, Sir Rudy gives a peck on the cheek to the two homosexual men hes living with.
We always get a little kiss, its cute, says wealthy car dealer Howard Koeppel, with whom Giuliani has been sharing an apartment since June. When Giuliani was recently knighted, Koeppel tells The Times that he told Sir Rudy to call him Queen Howard. Koeppel (63) and his homosexual lover Mark Hsiao (41) have been comforting Giuliani, and trying to make him laugh, in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
On the way to a recent fundraising dinner for the pro-homosexual state lobby group, The Empire State Pride Agenda (ESPA), Koeppel ribbed Giuliani by saying that if the ESPA was able to raise $100,000 donation for the homosexual victims of the September 11 attacks, Giuliani should agree to appear on Showtimes controversial Queer as Folk dressed in drag. Surprisingly, Giuliani agreed.
Marty Algaze of Gay Mens Health Crisis once summed up Queer as Folk a show that touts graphic sexual activity as one of its biggest draws as one that would shock a lot of people. Showtimes Queer as Folk was inspired by the original series in Britain, which featured a storyline in which a 29-year-old man has a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old boy.
The propensity to shock people is not new to Giuliani, who likes to dress in womens clothes as a stage act, and even did so once at a Pride Agenda fund-raiser.
According to the Times, Giuliani has attended every gay pride parade in New York during his eight years as mayor. In 1992, during his first run for mayor, Giuliani took part in a homosexual pride parade that included a contingent of pedophile activists marching behind a banner for NAMBLA (North American Man/Boy Love
"...If conservatives are dumb and deluded not to fight for a conservative nominee for President, then we deserve to be stuck with Hillary."
Throwing mud is not going to help your cause, but it will Hillary's.
Because if 2006 told us anything, it is that we are vastly outnumbered by the perverts, losers and opportunists. We cannot win a national election without at least some of them. They find Rudy and McCain palatable. I don't like McCain. So I'm willing to throw Rudy out there and let him be the leader who helps us get the majority back.
You cannot change the cuilture by changing politics. You can change politics by changing the culture; a concept the MSM fully understands, but is completely lost on the religious right for some reason.
If there was any legal action, it would have been long ago...
Pretty outrageous stuff.
Let`s face it; Rudy wears Jeter perfume....
Looks like this pic below will become a reality in `08......
"I propose raising taxes 40000%....Can`t pay that? Well we will take things away from you for the benefit of the common good. There are many illegals who require lifetme medical insurance and free college educations."
Sadly, no. Its all true.
Why would they have to be lawyered up if its the truth. Don't we still have free speech for a while?
And yet, some FReepers still support him. Disgusting.
Read the logic in #42, whew?
..yes we do thankfully
But remember what happened to Drudge and others who floated stories about the Clintons--through lawsuits, they tried to bury them IIRC...
Rudy is a member of StonewallVets. Look at the last paragraph of this below to see NAMBLA.
Prominent Supporters - Rudy is here:
STONEWALL Veterans' Association
Spirit of Stonewall and NAMBLA???
Spirit of Stonewall
by Bob Chatelle
[From the PIC Newsletter June 1994, Volume II, issue iv]
I missed my opportunity to be arrested at the Stonewall riots in 1969 by less than a week. In less than a month, I may get a second chance to see the inside of a New York City jail.
On June 21, 1969, I was in Greenwich Village. I then worked for a small Boston computer consulting firm and I was in New York on business--we had a contract with New York University. I was accompanied on this trip by a fellow employee who was also a gay man. Indeed the president of that company was gay. But we all understood the absolute necessity of being firmly in the closet, both within the office and without.
That night, my friend and I were wandering about in our business uniforms when he suggested we go to a club he'd heard about called the Stonewall Inn. The doorman looked suspiciously at our attire, and we were told we could enter only if we were the guests of a "member." We went elsewhere. We weren't surprised at this treatment. It was an election year and soi disant "liberal" John Lindsay was running for reelection and was giving the gay bars a hard time. ("Liberals" were more open about their homophobia back then.)
Nine days later, back at our office in Boston, my friend slipped into my cubicle and surreptitiously showed me the New York Times account of the Stonewall riot. Neither of us new what to make of it. The event was little talked about afterwards in my circle of gay male friends. Most who had any opinion expressed disapproval about that sort of public acting up. We didn't want straight people to think that gays didn't know how to behave. Many of us, I suspect, harbored a secret admiration for those who had gotten fed up and let their anger loose. But had my friend and I been there on June 28, we would've fled when things got "out of hand." Our gay company president, after all, would've been mortified if we'd been arrested at a brawl at a gay bar.
I'd been looking forward to marching in the Stonewall 25 parade this June, and at one time I was even interested in trying to organize an NWU contingent. But, unfortunately, the organizing committee of Stonewall 25 is dominated by those intent on imposing political censorship. To march in the parade, groups must take the equivalent of a loyalty oath. They must pledge their support for age-of-consent laws. Any group that favors the abolition of these laws has been denied permission to march. The obvious intent of this ruling is to keep the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) out of the parade, presumably from a desire to avoid bad publicity. But it galls me that people are being excluded not for what they do but for what they think. The Stonewall 25 Committee is arrogant to banish people not for breaking the law but rather for advocating using the democratic process to change the law.
I don't have a firm personal position on age-of-consent laws, and this is certainly something on which the NWU should take no stand. I consider child (or for that matter, adult) abuse--sexual, physical or emotional--to be a moral evil. But I've seen no evidence that age-of-consent laws are an effective or appropriate means of preventing or punishing such abuse. In any case, this is certainly a matter about which reasonable people can differ.
Several of us who are appalled by the political censorship imposed by the Stonewall 25 Committee have formed a group called Spirit of Stonewall (SOS). We include Mattachine founder Harry Hay, Gayle Rubin, Allen Ginsburg, and NWU member Pat Califia. And playwright Jim D'Entremont, spokesperson for the Boston Coalition for Freedom of Expression and my life partner, whom I met on July 18, 1970, less than a month after the first anniversary of Stonewall.
I am not a brave person and I know that when NAMBLA marches, spectators sometimes hurl more than invective in their direction. And if the organizers of Stonewall 25 are determined to exclude us, I might end up in jail. I was not willing to go to jail in defense of my beliefs in June of 1969. In June of 1994, I'm proud to say that I have changed. Hope to see you on the 26th.
We always get a little kiss, its cute, says wealthy car dealer Howard Koeppel, with whom Giuliani has been sharing an apartment since June."
Really wierd stuff that won't reflect well on Guiliani.
I'm with you. The more these folk go on about the evils of homosexuality, the closer they seem to Spanish Inquisitors. I remember watching Uncle Milty as various characters, many female, when I was a kid. Even my mom joined in the fun watching, and she was about as straight-laced as they come. Nobody's going to elect someone with the image of "American Gothic," which appears to be what appeals to the anti-Rudy folk here.
The link says member, not advertise.
It was at the bottom of the page I copied and pasted it.
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