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  • Giuliani fears ex-wife will hit presidential bid

    01/07/2007 11:46:24 AM PST · by wagglebee · 474 replies · 13,070+ views
    London Times ^ | 1/7/07 | London Times
    THERE is one woman who could cause Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor, more problems than Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House: she is Donna Hanover, his second wife, writes Sarah Baxter. Hanover, an actress and broadcaster, was enraged by Giuliani’s flagrant infidelity towards the end of their 18-year marriage and the divorce case was vicious. Giuliani’s advisers fear that she could be a loose cannon in the 2008 campaign. Giuliani was acclaimed as the “mayor of America” for his heroic role during the attacks on September 11, 2001 and is revered for his leadership. At...
  • Liberals to Choose 2008 GOP Candidate

    01/05/2006 8:00:38 PM PST · by WatchYourself · 41 replies · 1,043+ views
    Capitol Hill Journal ^ | Jan. 5, 2006 | Lisa Fabrizio
    One of the liberal favorites for this treatment is Rudy Giuliani who, when actually in office, constantly bedeviled the left. Up until 9/11, he was portrayed as a bull-headed, dictatorial, tin god who was insensitive to minorities and in general, a detestable bully. Sure, he’s a pro-abortion, gun-grabbing, gay rights advocate, but what good was that when he was merely a mayor? Now that they see him as a national figure, he is the epitome of all that secular liberals love; a divorced Catholic at odds with the Church over some of its most sacred public stances. But despite the...
  • Kerry aides hope Clinton's late arrival will swing states

    10/23/2004 5:54:38 PM PDT · by Happy2BMe · 24 replies · 978+ views
    Former President Bill Clinton will shrug off his recent heart surgery and hit the campaign trail tomorrow to stump for Democrat challenger John Kerry. Clinton's eleventh-hour appearance on the US electoral landscape comes amid a last push by the Democrats as they seek to overturn President George W Bush's slender poll advantage in the last full week of campaigning. Clinton will appear with Kerry in Philadelphia, in the key swing state of Pennsylvania. He is likely to make further campaign stops and numerous media appearances as election day approaches on 2 November. Kerry aides hope Clinton, who is still popular...