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A Message to Rudy Giuliani and His Supporters (VANITY)
Self | February 23, 2007 | Alberta's Child

Posted on 02/23/2007 7:45:02 AM PST by Alberta's Child

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To: Gop1040; TommyDale; Spiff; Reagan Man; beltfed308; TitansAFC
Why don't you call Newsday and find out!

Looks like we have yet another Rudy booster talking point - inconvenient facts can be written off as the work of Newsday, even when they are not.

51 posted on 02/23/2007 8:23:52 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: Gop1040

You seem to have a serious hangup about Newsday. Did you get fired from there or something?

http://www.workingforchange.com/printitem.cfm?itemid=18233


52 posted on 02/23/2007 8:24:44 AM PST by TommyDale (What will Rudy do in the War on Terror? Implement gun control on insurgents and Al Qaeda?)
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To: Alberta's Child
Awesome post. All the Rudybots will go off on you now.

Remember, Rudy is the candidate the MSM wants you to support. The same MSM that bashed the WoT, and the President day in and day out.

When will you people wake up?

53 posted on 02/23/2007 8:24:47 AM PST by Pistolshot (Condi 2008.<------added January 2004. Remember you heard it here first)
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To: You Dirty Rats
You clearly haven't got the slightest idea what the Statue of Liberty is all about.

It is about welcoming AND assimilation into the melting pot. Not having your door kicked down and having large populations that are not even trying to assimilate.

54 posted on 02/23/2007 8:25:11 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: PhilDragoo

I have seen lots of fights and disagreements on FR the last 7 years. I have never noticed such a divide before this last year though. If this is an indication of what is going on with all conservatives, the GPO is in big trouble IMO.


55 posted on 02/23/2007 8:25:31 AM PST by CindyDawg
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To: Lakeshark
Honestly, will you support Hillary rather than him if he wins the nomination?

Stock Rudy booster talking point - make this about Hillary instead of the GOP nomination process.

56 posted on 02/23/2007 8:26:06 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: Alberta's Child; holdonnow
What this all comes down to is that each and every one of us is either a Republican or a conservative.

Mark Levin made this exact point on his program yesterday. He came out as a conservative. While he has mostly exposed McCain, he also had some for Rudy as well.

Pinging the Great One to the thread.

57 posted on 02/23/2007 8:26:09 AM PST by don-o (Fight, fight. fight to drive the GOP to the right!!!!)
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To: Corin Stormhands
You're nothing if not "interesting" Corin :~)

As for the rant... Maybe the redneck types get all oogie about the cross dressing photos, but I see them for what they are... funny skits and appearances... Even though Giuliani doesn't have acres of cedar to clear to prove his manhood, I don't see him as "effete" in any way... He's a city guy, if he tried to get on a horse or go grab a chainsaw he'd look as ridiculous as Dukakis on a tank, or Kerry with a shotgun.

He'll be fine and hold the respect of most Americans if he just remains true to who he is, without apology, without trying to remake himself into a 'manly man' to put the guys in wifebeaters at ease. That is, unless he could do it and be really really funny :~) I'm seeing some pretty good skit material for Saturday Night Live. ;~)

58 posted on 02/23/2007 8:27:52 AM PST by HairOfTheDog
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To: dirtboy
Excuse me, we've had this conversation before, so please don't post to me in that moronic manner. You demean yourself with your insane posts.

I am not a Rudy booster, nor a detractor.....just listening.

59 posted on 02/23/2007 8:27:54 AM PST by Lakeshark (Thank a member of the US armed forces for their sacrifice)
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To: Lakeshark

The biggest difference between Hitlary and Rino Rudy is he looks better in a dress. I will go third party before I vote for either. And I suspect I will not be alone.


60 posted on 02/23/2007 8:29:09 AM PST by Hydroshock (Duncan Hunter For President, checkout gohunter08.com.)
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To: Alberta's Child

Great post. Thanks.


61 posted on 02/23/2007 8:30:19 AM PST by sitetest (If Roe is not overturned, no unborn child will ever be protected in law.)
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To: Alberta's Child

Good article. It explains in detail why the reaction here to Rudy was to be expected.


62 posted on 02/23/2007 8:31:02 AM PST by Beagle8U (Jimmy Carter changed me into a Republican.......R. W. Reagan made me DAMN proud of it!)
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To: Lakeshark
Excuse me, we've had this conversation before, so please don't post to me in that moronic manner. You demean yourself with your insane posts.

Moronic? Insane? We are 22 months from the general election and already asking hypotheticals. There is a good chance neither will be the nominee. If Rudy is to win the general, he needs to convince people to vote for him, not to vote against Hillary.

63 posted on 02/23/2007 8:33:00 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: HairOfTheDog
I appreciate a candidate that can laugh at himself. You're right, Giuliani did the costumes for fund raisers. But it won't play well with the folks who think The Dukes of Hazard is based on classic literature.

As much as I don't like McCain, I think one of the funniest things I've ever seen is "McCain sings Streisand." (the video is out there on YouTube)

JoinRudy2008 * Virginia is for Rudy * The Ward View

64 posted on 02/23/2007 8:35:10 AM PST by Corin Stormhands (If you don't support their mission, you don't support the troops.)
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To: Lakeshark
Honestly, will you support Hillary rather than him if he wins the nomination?

If one looks at the latest FR poll on a head to head with HRC, it can be concluded that some here will vote for Rudy. But, many more will vote 3rd party or are undecided at this point.

65 posted on 02/23/2007 8:36:26 AM PST by don-o (Fight, fight. fight to drive the GOP to the right!!!!)
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Trust me Rudy fans. Don't take the route California took. We screwed up big time with Arnold. Unfortunately all we've managed to do is stay on life support when we'd have been better off going into default under a democratic administration. No need in giving the GOP a bad name for the next century just to put a RINO in control.


66 posted on 02/23/2007 8:36:29 AM PST by Rockitz (This isn't rocket science- Follow the money and you'll find the truth.)
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To: don-o
Great.

Hillary for Pres is so comforting to me..........

67 posted on 02/23/2007 8:38:17 AM PST by Lakeshark (Thank a member of the US armed forces for their sacrifice)
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To: Alberta's Child
Hear! Hear!

Well reasoned. Well written. Well said.

68 posted on 02/23/2007 8:38:40 AM PST by Spiff (Rudy Giuliani Quote (NY Post, 1996) "Most of Clinton's policies are very similar to most of mine.")
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To: Alberta's Child

Great post! It explains exactly why I could not vote for Rudy. And why the Rudy supporters aren't going to change my mind by calling us names and threatening Hillary.


69 posted on 02/23/2007 8:38:48 AM PST by conservatrice
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To: Alberta's Child; All
An excellent vanity. You have been holding back for too long!

I've remained neutral about Rudy on FR in the past since bashing candidates isn't my favorite way to spend my time. However, for the sake of fair disclosure, I will make it known here that I will not be voting for Rudy in the primaries.

David Brody asked for feedback from readers on the question of whether or not they would vote for Rudy. I didn't see my reasons exactly within the text of your vanity, so I'll reprint my email to Mr. Brody for FReepers to consider.

Great effort, Alberta's Child!

____________________________________

Dear Mr. Brody,

If a man cannot honor sacred marriage vows and remain faithful to his wife, it raises great doubt in my mind that he can be trusted to behave honorably in other areas of public life. A man who has been an unfaithful husband is not an example of the best among us despite his other fine qualities, and one should hope a person elected to represent the nation will be an example for our society to emulate in every regard.

When I began voting in 1972, and in every election since then, I have viewed infidelity in marriage as a disqualifying factor when selecting a candidate in the primary election who will best represent my beliefs and values. This simple litmus test of character has certainly served me well in the past to steer me away from presidential candidates who later proved to be immoral reprobates in office. I will apply that standard again in 2008 and will not vote for Rudy Giuliani in the primary election. Mitt Romney is the candidate who faithfully represents my conservative values in social and fiscal issues and he will have my full support.

If Rudy Giuliani were to become the Republican Party nominee for President in 2008, I would support him in the general election reluctantly. I will vote for Giuliani for President to deny ascension to power by a Democrat candidate who would lead the nation into danger and a more rapid decline into social liberalism with little hope of reversing the slide.

Sincerely,

[name redacted]
Houston, TX

70 posted on 02/23/2007 8:39:04 AM PST by Unmarked Package (<<<< Click to learn more about Governor Mitt Romney)
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To: Alberta's Child
We are either Republicans first, or we are conservatives first

Or are we Americans first? And are we pragmatists?

Unlike many on FR, I care more about the actual governing then about the game of politics and the gotcha of the other side- as entertaining as that may be.

One can fantasize about what candidate they would love to see in office or set their analysis on reality.

Having been a witness to NYC pre Giuliani, and the miracle he performed, I believe he is uniquely what America needs today. When he was shot, Reagan joked that he hoped the doctors were Republicans. It was only a joke. To save his life, a Communist doctor would have been just as well if that doctor was proven to be highly proficient for the treatment needed, and no Republican was an equal.

I anticipate that the next Presidency will be a very troubling one. Conservative principles will have to take a back seat to competence dealing with huge international and economic issues- the nuts and bolts of a Presidency.

Dream all you want, but the next Republican nominee is either Giuliani or Romney, with McCain a more distant possibility. I believe only Giuliani would win the General. No "Conservative" is viable. If Gingrich, who I would like to see as President, cracks up and gets into the race, and Republicans crack up and nominate him, the election- sad to say- will be a massacre of Republicans.

Promises could be extracted from Giuliani today. On abortion, gays and guns. Also on what sort of person he will choose for VP. That will keep Conservative principals alive and raise a varsity player for a future election.

So really, in my opinion, you asked the telling question- almost. Are we Republicans first, Conservatives first, or do we compromise and do what's best for America first- acknowledging the circumstances - and candidates- which we face today and in the near future.

71 posted on 02/23/2007 8:39:32 AM PST by Sabramerican
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To: Alberta's Child
I'm supporting Speaker Newt in the GOP primary, and the way Newt has catapulted above Romney in the latest polls, perhaps there is hope we can pull this out. I think there is a good chance, even in the event Newt is not the nominee, that the GOP primary victor will select him as his running mate.

I will not join the "perfection" or "rejection" caucus, and sit idly by, or actively support a center-right third party fringe candidate, and allow the hildabeast to insinuate herself into the Oval Office. I will adamantly support the GOP 2008 general election standard bearer with everything I can muster.

72 posted on 02/23/2007 8:40:28 AM PST by AdvisorB
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To: Sabramerican
Having been a witness to NYC pre Giuliani, and the miracle he performed, I believe he is uniquely what America needs today.

We don't need a gun-grabbing, pro-choice, pro-CFR, pro-illegal, pro-global warming NE liberal who saw the Head of Homeland Security as a plum place to park a corrupt crony - and especially one who coveted 9-11 victim compensation monies as a cash cow for one of his companies.

73 posted on 02/23/2007 8:42:01 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: Alberta's Child

Please remove me from your navel gazing commentary.


74 posted on 02/23/2007 8:42:29 AM PST by OldFriend (Swiftboating - Sinking a politician's Ship of Fools by Torpedoes of Truth)
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To: Lakeshark
Hillary for Pres is so comforting to me..........

That argument is not getting any traction. I suggest it be retired for the duration.

75 posted on 02/23/2007 8:44:02 AM PST by don-o (Fight, fight. fight to drive the GOP to the right!!!!)
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To: Sabramerican
Promises could be extracted from Giuliani today. On abortion, gays and guns

His promises won't be worth jack, quite frankly, given how extreme several of his past views and actions have been. I simply will never trust him to not succumb to the same gun-grabbing, pro-illegal and anti-First-Amendment inclinations he had as mayor. He will have FAR more power to enact such actions as president, and the temptations will therefore be that much greater.

76 posted on 02/23/2007 8:44:03 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: Alberta's Child

Brilliant, sir. Thanks for the ping.


77 posted on 02/23/2007 8:44:57 AM PST by Restore
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To: Alberta's Child

I'd probably vote for him in the general over a Dihimmicrat, but please people don't tell me he's a conservative.


78 posted on 02/23/2007 8:45:22 AM PST by NeoCaveman (Hillary Hugo Chavez wants to "take those profits" away from you, for the common good)
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To: Sabramerican

Well written reply, and a breath of fresh air. If more Giuliani supporters would talk about why they like the guy instead of belittling those of us who will not support him, this would be a more civil discourse.


79 posted on 02/23/2007 8:45:24 AM PST by conservatrice (Pass on the RINOs - Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: Alberta's Child
What does Rupert Murdoch have to do with the term neocon. He's a long established slightly right of center Aussie media mogul, whose ideas about US politics, British politics or Aussie politics I'm completely uninterested in.

The term neocon is used as a pejorative when you don't even know what it means.
80 posted on 02/23/2007 8:45:29 AM PST by pissant
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To: conservatrice; Sabramerican
If more Giuliani supporters would talk about why they like the guy instead of belittling those of us who will not support him, this would be a more civil discourse.

With all due respect, that's a two-way street.

JoinRudy2008 * Virginia is for Rudy * The Ward View

81 posted on 02/23/2007 8:47:11 AM PST by Corin Stormhands (If you don't support their mission, you don't support the troops.)
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To: Corin Stormhands

I agree.


82 posted on 02/23/2007 8:47:57 AM PST by conservatrice (Pass on the RINOs - Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: conservatrice
Okay, thats two of us...
83 posted on 02/23/2007 8:48:56 AM PST by Corin Stormhands (If you don't support their mission, you don't support the troops.)
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To: don-o
Why?

The woman needs to be beat. She ought to scare the crap out of everyone here. Do you like the idea of 3 more Ginsburgs on the court? That will help us a lot........just like getting beat in 06 helped us......

84 posted on 02/23/2007 8:48:57 AM PST by Lakeshark (Thank a member of the US armed forces for their sacrifice)
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To: TommyDale
"You seem to have a serious hangup about Newsday. Did you get fired from there or something?

http://www.workingforchange.com/printitem.cfm?itemid=18233"

So now you're posting from a new source, a neo-Communist publication to trash Rudy. Check out the main page of your new source @

(http://www.workingforchange.com)

Headline: IMPEACH CHANEY THEN BUSH

You sure you don't work for Hillary and the DNC?
85 posted on 02/23/2007 8:50:02 AM PST by Gop1040
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To: Alberta's Child
Good rant!

>>>>>1. Rudy Giuliani is really a conservative. Freepers who use this argument will often cite examples -- sometimes accurate, sometimes exaggerated, but occasionally even downright false .... The biggest flaw in this approach is that his track record is only “conservative” if you focus entirely on these specific issues and ignore the rest of them.

This references the obligatory list of accomplishments while Rudy was Mayor of NYCity. Accomplishments by NYCity standards maybe, not by conservative standards, however. Acting with some fiscal restraint doesn't make Rudy a fiscal conservative. Since we know that Rudy is a social liberal, by any honest standard of measure, we know that he isn't interested in those issues important to most conservatives. And this starts with his support for big government, more gun control, abortion on demand, amnesty and gay rights.

Sorry Rudy, I'll pass on your liberalism.

86 posted on 02/23/2007 8:50:16 AM PST by Reagan Man (FUHGETTABOUTIT Rudy....... Conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: Lakeshark
The woman needs to be beat.

Then it is on the GOP to run a candidate who can do that very thing. And Rudy is not the one who can get that done.

87 posted on 02/23/2007 8:51:08 AM PST by don-o (Fight, fight. fight to drive the GOP to the right!!!!)
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To: Sabramerican
and the miracle he performed,

And how long have you had these attacks of grandeur?

To answer your question, I am a conservative first and it will be a cold day in hell when I vote for rudy.

88 posted on 02/23/2007 8:51:37 AM PST by org.whodat (Never let the facts get in the way of a good assumption.)
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To: Gop1040

What part of the article is not true? Does truth only apply to publications that you personally approve?


89 posted on 02/23/2007 8:51:37 AM PST by TommyDale (What will Rudy do in the War on Terror? Implement gun control on insurgents and Al Qaeda?)
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To: Alberta's Child

Well reasoned, well argued, and well written. My hat's off to you.

All the koolaid drinkers aid and abet the Dems in selling out this country.

Lastly, does anyone have a link to Guliani on H&C?


90 posted on 02/23/2007 8:55:50 AM PST by jjm2111 (http://www.purveryors-of-truth.blogspot.com)
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To: Corin Stormhands; HairOfTheDog
Re: Pictures of Rudy in drag.

For the life of me I cannot figure out what the appeal is that I have to see them on every Rudy thread ad nauseum. It takes a complete moron not to see that those pictures came from fund raisers. And it takes a complete moron to believe that the electorate will not know that but hold it against him.

To call him a cross dresser is the height of absurdity. And to say he is effete - asinine.

I wonder if this is best debate can come up with. A picure of Rudy in a dress raising money for a cause. Wow! No wonder the threads of Obama are filled with comments about his middle name or Hilliary's threads are filled with juvenile comments about her looks. I fear for the White House in 2008.

As a disclaimer: I support Duncan Hunter. My first choice is Dick Cheney but he is not running. I would have no problem voting for Rudy if he is the nominee, but in the primary, he is not getting my vote.

91 posted on 02/23/2007 8:56:09 AM PST by James Ewell Brown Stuart (I support the President and the war on terror!)
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To: Alberta's Child
Nice analysis - I've always enjoy reading your posts. Here are some counter-points to consider:

#1 - The Pro-Life Issue - this will be (and is currently being) re-directed to the issue of judicial nominations. It appears Rudy already has many prominent SoCons in his corner that support his views toward constitutional interpretation.

#2 - Illegal Immigration - sweeping amnesty will be passed by this summer, making II a moot point for the 2008 presidential election.

#3 - Gun Control - may be his biggest obstacle for single-issue voters as #1 & #2 above are neutralized.

Arnie has demonstrated how a moderate Republican needs to position himself if he wants to win in states like Calif, NY, PA, etc. With a strong stance on the WoT, when push comes to shove, southerners will vote for Rudy simply because they will not be able to bear the alternative.

This is the type of quick 'back-of'the-envelope' analysis the media & money-men have made regarding Rudy's prospects. Unless something radically changes in the interim, it's hard not to see how he is going to be the 2008 GOP candidate and take the election.

92 posted on 02/23/2007 8:56:37 AM PST by Chuck Dent
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To: dirtboy

I wouldn't trust any candidate. They will tell you whatever you want to hear. Look at their track record coming in to the election.


93 posted on 02/23/2007 8:56:41 AM PST by CindyDawg
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To: Gop1040

http://www.thenation.com/blogs/outrage?pid=2058

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6700947/site/newsweek/

http://nymag.com/news/intelligencer/23797/

Defending Bernie Kerik or Giuliani Partners is an interesting concept. I'm sure you would prefer that all this go away, but it won't.


94 posted on 02/23/2007 8:57:51 AM PST by TommyDale (What will Rudy do in the War on Terror? Implement gun control on insurgents and Al Qaeda?)
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To: James Ewell Brown Stuart
To call him a cross dresser is the height of absurdity. And to say he is effete - asinine.

Agreed. Those who get all worked up about those pictures have such a skewed sense of humor and proportion or both, the rest of their perspective is called into question.

95 posted on 02/23/2007 9:00:21 AM PST by HairOfTheDog
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To: HairOfTheDog

I would say they have no sense of humor. :)


96 posted on 02/23/2007 9:01:04 AM PST by James Ewell Brown Stuart (I support the President and the war on terror!)
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To: James Ewell Brown Stuart; HairOfTheDog
For the life of me I cannot figure out what the appeal is that I have to see them on every Rudy thread ad nauseum.

Pretty much it's all they've got.

JoinRudy2008 * Virginia is for Rudy * The Ward View

97 posted on 02/23/2007 9:01:12 AM PST by Corin Stormhands (If you don't support their mission, you don't support the troops.)
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To: Chuck Dent
#1 - The Pro-Life Issue - this will be (and is currently being) re-directed to the issue of judicial nominations. It appears Rudy already has many prominent SoCons in his corner that support his views toward constitutional interpretation.

Too bad for them Rudy's past doesn't support his current views toward Constitutional interpretation.

#2 - Illegal Immigration - sweeping amnesty will be passed by this summer, making II a moot point for the 2008 presidential election.

Amnesty will only make matters worse, especially when the progressive governor of California that Rudy admires, one Ahhold Scharzenegger, gets illegals health insurance. The next president WILL have to deal with the issue his first term, and it WILL be much worse them. And Rudy is NOT the guy for that job, given his history with sanctuary and support for amnesty.

#3 - Gun Control - may be his biggest obstacle for single-issue voters as #1 & #2 above are neutralized.

Once again, RUDY CRITICS ARE NOT SINGLE-ISSUE VOTERS. To the contrary, our main difficult is keeping track of all the issues with Rudy. The only single-issue folks I see are Rudy boosters who say the WOT is the only issue that matters.

98 posted on 02/23/2007 9:01:30 AM PST by dirtboy (Duncan Hunter 08)
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To: James Ewell Brown Stuart

I also will be voting for Duncan Hunter in the primaries. I'm not sure who I will vote for, for president but with all respect to him, it won't be Rudy.


99 posted on 02/23/2007 9:01:59 AM PST by CindyDawg
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To: TommyDale
"What part of the article is not true? Does truth only apply to publications that you personally approve?"

Then you must be on board also with this neo-Communist publication's mantra to "IMPEACH CHANEY THEN BUSH". With Rudy there's no accusation of anything illegal. Just innuendos. There's nothing new in this 2004 article or your Newsday article.

If guilt by association is your cup of tea, then we all are guilty. Give us a break.
100 posted on 02/23/2007 9:02:01 AM PST by Gop1040
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