THOU SHALT NOT DOUBT THE CHURCH OF THE RINO LEST YEE BE DAMNED...
Sorry, I won't support him in the primaries. He's not a conservative.
I respect the opinions of my FReeper friends here who support him. That is your choice and in this free nation I respect that.
But it's still early in the race, and I think we can do better. I suspect most of you realize that, too. This is one of the reasons why current polling shows Rudy with only 34% of the total support. 66% are simply waiting for a conservative leader to emerge.
Oh, and what is this crap about McCain even being in the race? Heck, I bet people are supporting him this far just to watch the McCainiac express have an even larger trainwreck. That nutter needs to embrace a healthy, peaceful, happy retirement much sooner than he plans.
posted on 03/18/2007 2:27:01 AM PDT
(Communists... Socialists... Democrats...Traitors... Who can tell the difference?)
posted on 03/18/2007 2:35:54 AM PDT
(Sam Brownback. Principled. Conservative. Republican.)
"I respect the opinions of my FReeper friends here who support him."
Anyone that supports a liberal candidate that is pro-gay, pro-late term abortion and anti-2nd Amendment should not be allowed to call themselves a FReeper.
posted on 03/18/2007 2:48:28 AM PDT
(Ronald Reagan would vote for Duncan Hunter!)
I'm with you all the way regarding Rudy. I will support Rudy if he get the nomination but if we think Bush was not conservative enough, wait till we see President Rudy. All I see in Rudy is a liberal who hates terrorists (as all liberals should considering the terrorists will take out the liberals first thing if they get the chance). Maybe we'll see a Rudy/Lieberman ticket, they are about the same.
posted on 03/18/2007 5:45:45 AM PDT
Rudy Guiliani has marched in lockstep with liberals on affirmative action, gay rights, gay marriage, gun control, school prayer, tuition tax credits, liberal immigration policies, and he's reinforced it, time and time again. Just about everytime Rudy opens his mouth, offensive liberal words come pouring out. As Mayor, Rudy put liberals in high-paid city jobs, an indication what a Rudy WH would look like. Here then is Rudy in his own words: --The New York State Liberal Party on its endorsement of Rudy Giuliani for Mayor: "When the Liberal Party Policy Committee reviewed a list of key social issues of deep concern to progressive New Yorkers, we found that Rudy Giuliani agreed with the Liberal Party's stance on a majority of such issues. He agreed with the Liberal Party's views on affirmative action, gay rights, gun control, school prayer and tuition tax credits. As Mayor, Rudy Giuliani would uphold the Constitutional and legal rights to abortion." N.Y.S. Liberal Party Endorsement Statement of Candidate Giuliani for Mayor of New York City April 8, 1989
--On the Republican Party: "Mr. Rockefeller represented 'a tradition in the Republican Party' I've worked hard to re-kindle - the Rockefeller, Javits, Lefkowitz tradition." Rudy Giuliani told the New York Times July 9, 1992
--Village Voice Interview with Guiliani: He was asked: "What kind of Republican Is [Giuliani]? A Reagan Republican?" Giuliani pauses before answering: "I'm a Republican." Village Voice January 24, 1989
--On Attending 1996 Republican Convention: Rudy expressed his pleasure when he wasn't invited to the Republican National Convention in San Diego. "If I take three or four days off from city business, I want to do it for a substantive purpose. It didn't seem to me any substantive purpose could be served by going to the Republican convention." said Rudy. Rudy! An Investigative Biography of Rudolph Giuliani, Page 459, by Wayne Barrett
--On Barry Goldwater: Giuliani described John Kennedy as "great and brilliant. Barry Goldwater as an "incompetent, confused and sometimes idiotic man." New York Daily News, May 13, 1997
--On President Bill Clinton: Shortly before his last-minute endorsement of Bob Dole in the 1996 presidential election, Giuliani told the Post's Jack Newfield that "most of Clinton's policies are very similar to most of mine." Rudy! An Investigative Biography of Rudolph Giuliani, Wayne Barrett.
--The Daily News quoted Giuliani as saying March 1996: "Whether you talk about President Clinon, Senator Dole.... The country would be in very good hands in the hands of any of that group." An Investigative Biography of Rudolph Giuliani, Wayne Barrett.
posted on 03/18/2007 12:10:01 PM PDT
("Freedom is about authority." - Rudolph Giuliani)
Would you consider supporting the former Seanator from Tennessee, Fred Thompson?
posted on 03/18/2007 1:53:13 PM PDT
by no dems
(Herman Cain for VEEP in '08)
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