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“Giuliani is hoping he can withstand four losses in Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina, before hoping for a win in Florida," Burch told LifeNews.com about the mayor's strategy.

"But voters in other states pay attention to what happens in these early states. Will Floridians really cast their vote for a four-time loser?” he concluded.

Rooty Toot is finished.

1 posted on 01/05/2008 9:30:47 AM PST by wagglebee
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2 posted on 01/05/2008 9:31:22 AM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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3 posted on 01/05/2008 9:31:47 AM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee

I imagine “the Rudy” is not surprised that they are not surprised....lol

EVERYONE IS NOT SURPRISED!

Rudy’s not stupid and neither are Florida voters. They’ll know why he’ll be a “4 time loser” coming in....

Will they be stupid enough to vote for him...probably. THey made up their mind long ago he was their guy.

Most Florida voters, well the under 35 crowd anyway, believe only Rudy can defeat Hillary. His fortunes are directly tied to his. If she continues to bomb, Florida will be up for grabs.


4 posted on 01/05/2008 9:49:51 AM PST by Khepri (Fred Thompson, he's a hundred miles away son - READY TO STRIKE!)
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Another “coastie” succumbs to the dreaded “Fly-Over Syndrome.” A disease in which one surrounds himself with like-minded people and falls victim to the fact that while he thought that he represented the “majority” and that his opponents were a small group of kooks in fact it’s the morally degraded scum of the seaboards who are the small group of kooks.


5 posted on 01/05/2008 9:49:54 AM PST by Seruzawa
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Not necessarily.

Remember, in 1988, Al Gore bypassed the early primaries with a Southern strategy of barnstorming all the Super Tuesday states. He WON Super Tuesday, and that catapulted him into third place behind Dukakis and Jackson. Granted, he was a Super Dud after that, but the point is that if the strategy is to bypass the early states in order to focus on Florida, Floridians are smart enough to understand that he didn't win Iowa because he wasn't really running there.

OTOH, smarter Floridians would know that he didn't run there because he knew he couldn't frickin' win!

6 posted on 01/05/2008 9:53:03 AM PST by Tanniker Smith (wee fish ewe a mare egrets moose panda hippo gnu deer)
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We forget that as recently as November Giuliani was all the talk of the MSM and in a negative sense here on FR. He had been annointed by the drive-by and along with Hillary had already been crowned the respective nominees. I along with others repeatedly stated that once you got past the name recognition and the 9/11 rhetoric and his positions on social issues and RKBA were examined he would fade amongst the pubbie faithful. I stated that I thought by February Rudy would be an afterthought and I still feel that way. Unfortunately, I assumed folks like Fred (and possibly even Duncan) would start to ascend as conservatives came to their senses.

Hopefully, there’s still enough time to put Huckabee and McCain under the microscope. I don’t think Huckabee is going to last as he makes too many gaffes, nor Romney as he’s having too much trouble convincing voters he has a core philosophy. At this point I fear McCain the most. Having said that I feel it will be a brokered convention and I’m hopeful that a lot of Huckabee’s early support will end up in Fred’s column.


9 posted on 01/05/2008 10:00:46 AM PST by bereanway (Hunter in '08)
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Giuliani could have won as a pro choice, anti gun, pro amnesty and pro gay candidate, if only he had run as a Democrat. Rudy could help the Democratic Party, moderating it with his Rockefeller philosophy. Instead, he has chosen to help polarize the Republican Party.


10 posted on 01/05/2008 10:05:24 AM PST by pallis
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>Will Floridians really cast their vote for a four-time loser?” he concluded.

Yes. Most Floridians don’t give a rat’s azz what happens in Iowa, Michigan, or New Hampshire.

They will note SC.

14 posted on 01/05/2008 10:25:40 AM PST by bill1952 (The right to buy weapons is the right to be free)
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"Giuliani is hoping he can withstand four losses in Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina, before hoping for a win in Florida," Burch told LifeNews.com about the mayor's strategy.

Bwaahahaha!! A week or so ago the Rooty camp was counting on winning in Michigan, even though polls showed him losing ground.

With FOUR LOSSES he's ....

And no way will he win FL. Rooty only has a 2% lead now per the RCP avg - he's dropping like a rock. And in here in IL, one of the mega primary states Rooty was counting on, he's behind now too. The Huckster was (is) leading per a poll I read.

So come Feb 6th he can go back to NY where he belongs and play dress-up and cross-dressing to his perverted heart's content.

15 posted on 01/05/2008 10:42:06 AM PST by Condor51 (I wouldn't vote for Rooty under any circumstance -- even if Waterboarded!)
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