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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist
I'm sure there's someone in the legislature or a rich conservative businessman who can revive NY. Roger Ailes? He ran Rudy's Mayoral campaign in 1989.

Have you ever lived in NY? Rudy is the man. He would be the strongest GOP candidate by far. Why don't you straighten things out in WI with its two liberal senators and Dem governor?

Axelrod's goons will destroy Rudy.

You don't have clue.

He was the right man at 2002 when he was still basking in the aftermath of 9/11. Plus he has health concerns. Sorry I disagree but of course concedes he'd be a huge improvement over Paterson.

Yeah, health concerns like Kerry and Dodd. Rudy is still very popular in NY. And becoming more so with the likes of Patterson and Bloomberg running things.

45 posted on 08/01/2009 4:51:23 PM PDT by kabar
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To: kabar
Have you ever lived in NY?

No, thank God.

Rudy is the man.

Don't you mean woman? ROFL

He would be the strongest GOP candidate by far.

Only if he survives the liberal media bringing up his corruption ties and infidelity.

Why don't you straighten things out in WI with its two liberal senators and Dem governor?

We are. Kohl may step down in 2012 and Feingold is in trouble next year. We have a fine Congressman in Ryan, and Governor Doyle is very unpopular here, facing a challenge against a conservative who is Milwaukee's County Executive.

You don't have clue.

No, you don't. Obama's media will destroy Rudy and conservatives aren't going to play the lesser of two evils anymore which will result in a Rudy loss even if he miraculously wins the primaries.

Yeah, health concerns like Kerry and Dodd.

Kerry and Dodd are Democrats which means they get a pass. Liberals will make Rudy's bout with cancer an issue.

Rudy is still very popular in NY.

Maybe among the cocktail circuit that frequent Gracie's Mansion parties, but what about the people?

And becoming more so with the likes of Patterson and Bloomberg running things.

He is not a fiscal conservative in terms of addressing the structural and underlying problems NY state has. All he's going to do is slow the pace of socialism down some like RINOLD did in California and inevitably get blamed for future problems.

50 posted on 08/01/2009 6:06:05 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist ("President Obama, your agenda is not new, it's not change, and it's not hope" - Rush Limbaugh 02/28)
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