Skip to comments.3 TIMES A LADY; RUDY RUSHES TO JUDI'S DEFENSE (but did Judi come clean about children?)
Posted on 03/24/2007 6:43:54 AM PDT by LizEdited on 03/24/2007 6:46:45 AM PDT by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
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Let me amend that.
I guess the only one who's never been divorced who has a chance to win, is Hillary. :)
I'm gonna post this one comment and then I have to run to a baseball tournament. If anyone out there believes that the NY press does not have a boatload of dirt on Rudy they are nuts. I know many have said the NY press stuck it to him as Mayor. I don't think they did. Face it, he did a great job of cleaning up NYC, where they all live. Sure they harassed him, they hate Republicans, but truthfully they were well served by him. We all know that the msm would love Hillary as pres., why not let Rudy slide until the nomination and then once he is in, bring in the big guns. Even if he manages to beat Hillary, in spite of the dirt, the msm still gets a liberal as Pres. they win either way. I'm telling ya, we haven't seen anything yet.
Indeed. Wise words FRiend.
"Scorched earth" conservatism is just what's needed to keep the Democrats in power. Good job there! Hillary may be POTUS, the economy and the country in shambles, but I stuck to my principles. What a patriot!
I am not sure if Free Republic has been invaded by DU trolls, bitter old cranks or morally vain egotists (or a combination of the three), but I wish people would pay a little more attention to Reagan's 11th Commandment.
I can really visualize Tom Tancredo or Duncan Hunter as the next POTUS. Congressmen with narrow constituencies and little name recognition get elected POTUS all the time.
What is even more disturbing than lies about one's past or omissions of the truth whichever you prefer is when someone marries their cousins. That to me is sick. Second cousin or not they are still blood related I don't care how they try to explain it away. YUK!!
I like Rudy but this makes the whole picture to unstable to me.One's personal life shows error's in judgement.
"I think most people can relate to this kind of thing happening in your life."
Uh, WRONG, Rudy. Maybe in LIBERAL Manhattan (and Hollyweird) but not in the rest of the USA. You know, the USA, that land West of the Hudson River.
Even in Chicago we have this 'quaint custom' of having ONE SPOUSE. Ask your gun grabbing buddy, Mayor Daley, he'll clue you in on what it's like to have ONE WIFE.
"Nobody else who is running for president is a perfect person, either."Perfect? We ain't looking for 'perfect' Rudy. The last 'perfect person', Jesus, died a long time ago. But we aren't looking for someone who collects wives, or - ahem, 'girlfriends', like others collect cars or guns, ya mutt.
BTW Rudy, here's a perfect song for your 'present' wife to use as an opening when she campaigns for you.. The Lady Is A Tramp
rudy is a liberal, what does that have to do with Reagan's 11th commandment.
I've been married 1 time, 33 years. Sorry Rudy, I can't relate. Probably my conservative values clouding my perspective.
Angry archivists and historians denounced the unprecedented hijacking of public property to private hands. Tom Connors, of the Society of American Archivists, said the transfer seemed part of a movement to "create barriers to the American citizen's right to know what their governments are doing."
The families of the police and fire rescuers who died in the attack balked at Giuliani's plan to take up to a year to dole out the money, with his new organization billing $2.2 million in anticipated administrative expenses (including six-figure salaries for friends he appointed as officers). The families argued that the fire union had far more quickly distributed $111 million with an estimated administrative cost of just $30,000.
Under embarrassing pressure from the victims' families, unions and state Attorney General Elliot Spitzer, Giuliani backed down. He promised to distribute the money within 60 days and fund his overhead from new donations. The families of the deceased rescuers, the real heroes of the September 11 attacks, received a one-time benefit of about $230,000 each from the Giuliani-privatized fund in 2002. That year, the former mayor earned some $8 million in speaking fees alone, more than $650,000 per month.
New York conveniently forgot the 1996 federal ban on sanctuary laws until a gang of five Mexicansfour of them illegalabducted and brutally raped a 42-year-old mother of two near some railroad tracks in Queens. The NYPD had already arrested three of the illegal aliens numerous times for such crimes as assault, attempted robbery, criminal trespass, illegal gun possession, and drug offenses. The department had never notified the INS.
Im pro-choice. Im pro-gay rights, Giuliani said. He was then asked whether he supports a ban on what critics call partial-birth abortions. No, I have not supported that, and I dont see my position on that changing, he responded. Source: CNN.com, Inside Politics Dec 2, 1999 http://www.ontheissues.org/2008/Rudy_Giuliani_Abortion.htm
ANDERSON COOPER 360 DEGREES (November 14, 2006)
RUDY GIULIANI (R), FORMER MAYOR OF NEW YORK CITY: I'm pro- choice. I'm pro-gay rights.
KING: Giuliani supports a woman's right to an abortion, and back in 1999, he opposed a federal ban on late-term abortions.
GIULIANI: No, I have not supported that, and I don't see my position on that changing.
KING: Immigration could be another presidential landmine. Back in 1996, Mayor Giuliani went to federal court to challenge new federal laws requiring the city to inform the federal government about illegal immigrants.
JEFFREY: He took the side of illegal immigrants in New York City against the Republican Congress.
KING: Giuliani opposes same-sex marriage but as mayor, he supported civil unions and extending health and other benefits to gay couples. He also supported the assault weapons ban and other gun control measures opposed by the National Rifle Association.
GIULIANI: I'm in favor of gun control. I'm pro-choice.
Republican Big-Wigs Support Pro-Abortion Event in NY
Pro-abortion Governor George Pataki and New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who also supports unrestricted abortion, are co-chairs of the 2000 Choice Award Presentation to be held on May 30 at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. The event is sponsored by the Republican Pro-Choice Coalition, a group that is campaigning for the removal of the pro-life plank from the Republican National Platform.
And he's been winning opinion polls like crazy with Republican voters. Who decides if someone is not 'conservative' enough for the 11th commandment to apply? You? I'm sure if you used that standard you could always find some fault with a candidate so that you could disregard Reagan's 11th commandment (even on the former Democrat Ronald Reagan himself).
Bombshell? After 2, why bother counting? 3, 5, 29, ...
Who knows, maybe we'll find out that Rudy actually was married 6 times, and you were one of his wives...
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