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  • Forget Hillary and Jeb, here's who Wall Street really wants to run for president

    06/04/2015 11:24:11 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 25 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 06/04/2015 | LINETTE LOPEZ
    Wall Street wants Michael Bloomberg to run for president, but the billionaire isn't budging. At the Yale CEO Summit this week, the talk was of "drafting Bloomberg" however possible. The former New York City mayor seems like the perfect solution for Wall Street's problems with the current field of presidential candidates. The Street sees him as a centrist technocrat who adeptly managed one of the most complex cities in the world. They think he understands the global business community. Rumblings about a Bloomberg run are especially strong at several bulge bracket banks, including Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Merrill once...
  • FLASHBACK Michelle Obama on why the First Family does not attend church

    02/22/2015 4:26:48 AM PST · by tellw · 25 replies
    BizPacReview ^ | April 24, 2014 | Cheryl Carpenter Klimek
    Michelle Obama took time out from Monday’s Easter Egg Roll to talk about the first family’s holiday and why the Obamas don’t usually attend church. The first lady’s visit with “Live with Kelly and Michael” co-host Michael Strahan got off to an awkward start, when shejoined in the audience applause after she was introduced. “You don’t have to clap for yourself,” Strahan said, before asking about the first family’s Easter. The healthy eating proponent, who was pushing her “Let’s Move!” campaign at the egg roll, described what the family did after church on Easter. “We sat around really full because...
  • Of Course Barack Obama Loves America, He Just Doesn’t Like It Much

    02/22/2015 4:37:29 AM PST · by Kaslin · 32 replies ^ | February 22, 2015 | Derek Hunter
    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani caused an uproar this week when he questioned whether President Barack Obama loves America. Progressive, er, I mean “objective” journalists were beside themselves over the prospect of a Republican saying about a Democratic president the things Democrats and the media routinely said about President George W. Bush, or members of Congress during the government shutdown. Such nerve! The fact of the matter is Obama does love America…he just doesn’t like it very much. What would your significant other say if you went to them right now and said, “Honey, I love you. In...
  • Rudy Giuliani: President Obama Doesn’t Love America

    02/18/2015 10:12:25 PM PST · by kristinn · 75 replies
    Politico ^ | 11:29 p.m. EST Wednesday, February 18, 2015 | Darren Samuelsohn
    Rudy Giuliani went straight for the jugular Wednesday night during a private group dinner here featuring Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker by openly questioning whether President Barack Obama “loves America.” The former New York mayor, speaking in front of the 2016 Republican presidential contender and about 60 right-leaning business executives and conservative media types, directly challenged Obama’s patriotism, discussing what he called weak foreign policy decisions and questionable public remarks when confronting terrorists. “I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America,” Giuliani said during the...
  • Rudy Giuliani saved thousands of black Americans

    11/25/2014 5:40:32 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 14 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 11/25/2014 | Carol Brown
    This past week-end on Meet the Press, former NYC Mayor Rudy Guiliani was insulted and smeared by fellow panelist and MSNBC host Michale  Eric Dyson. Dyson went so far as to accuse Guiliani of having a mentality akin to white supremacists. This is all the left has when confronted with the truth, which is exactly what Guiliani provided as he cited crime stats. But Dyson would have none of it. (I wrote about the exchange, here.) Guiliani has continued to try to place facts between the ears of anyone out there who appears allergic to them when he was...
  • Black candidate wants to solve crime with 'noose'

    03/20/2009 3:10:23 PM PDT · by JoeProBono · 19 replies · 913+ views
    sfgate. ^ | March 20, 2009
    Down here in the Deep South, calls to bring back the hanging noose are coming from an unlikely source: a 62-year-old, black Republican mayoral candidate in Mississippi's largest city.Long-shot George Lambus acknowledges his inflammatory platform has made some residents of Jackson slam doors in his face. Others walked out of a church where he spoke. Yet he insists his tough stand is welcome in some quarters of a state capital racked by crime, much of it black-on-black.
  • Israel-Hatred 'Has Scaled the Wall of High Culture'

    10/22/2014 5:06:09 AM PDT · by SJackson · 25 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 10-22-14
    Phyllis Chesler saw part of 'The Death of Klinghoffer' and reports there were shouts of protest from the audience There was such a large police presence and so many police barricades that anyone passing by would think that terrorists were at large. There were no terrorists on Broadway—although terrorists would soon be mounting the stage of the Metropolitan Opera. The police were protecting the right of the Opera House to present the Palestine Liberation Organization and their cause as mythically majestic and eternally just. Here’s what was also extraordinary: “The Suits”—men and women in positions of power, both politically, legally,...
  • Oh my: Pawlenty attacks “ObamneyCare”

    06/12/2011 11:54:05 AM PDT · by Nachum · 28 replies
    hot air ^ | 6/12/11 | Allahpundit
    Via the Corner, I can’t shake the strange feeling that (a) we might hear him use this coinage again on the trail a time or two, starting tomorrow night in New Hampshire, and (b) the expected gang-up on Romney at the CNN debate is going to be way fiercer — and more entertaining — than anyone expected. Just one question: Will it work? According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Sunday morning, three-quarters of Republicans and GOP leaning independent voters say they want a party nominee who can defeat President Barack Obama in 2012, even if that person doesn’t...
  • George W Bush Declines to attend Obama speech at Ground Zero

    05/04/2011 7:44:56 AM PDT · by ScoutLaw · 82 replies
    Fox News ^ | 5/04/2011 | Chris Stirewalt
    Obama invited former President George W. Bush and former New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani to hear him speak at the former site of the World Trade Center. Bush declined, and Giuliani’s status is unclear, but those are the kinds of guests one would invite for a major political event. Read more:
  • Giuliani Decides Against a Run for the Senate

    12/21/2009 7:09:57 PM PST · by freespirited · 40 replies · 1,237+ views
    NY Slimes ^ | 12/21/09 | DAVID M. HALBFINGER
    Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani has decided not to run for the Senate seat held by Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Republicans briefed on his decision said Monday evening. The decision by Mr. Giuliani, 65, leaves Senator Gillibrand — who was appointed to her seat less than a year ago, has never run in a statewide election, and is still unfamiliar to many voters — without a high-profile Republican opponent as she faces election to the seat. As recently as a week ago, a Quinnipiac University poll showed Mr. Giuliani leading Ms. Gillibrand in a hypothetical matchup, 50 percent to 40 percent....
  • Subversives for Obama [Excellent List and Summary]

    09/27/2008 7:46:43 AM PDT · by GVnana · 64 replies · 1,994+ views
    The Spectator (UK) ^ | 9/26/2008 | Melanie Phillips
    Subversives for Obama Friday, 26th September 2008 There are two American election campaigns currently running. The first, in the mainstream media, accepts Barack Obama at face value, no questions asked, while it viciously turns over Sarah Palin and her family whom it subjects to lies, smears and character assassination. The second, being conducted in the blogosphere and (with one or two notable exceptions such as the Wall Street Journal) not alluded to at all by the mainstream media, is the site of verbal warfare between Camp Obama and bloggers who are practising journalism as it used to be practised –...
  • Rudy Mitt Huckster's Evolving Immigration Stand (Don Feder: Time To Say Good Bye To Three Amigos)

    12/11/2007 8:12:09 AM PST · by goldstategop · 67 replies · 176+ views
    Don ^ | 12/11/2007 | Don Feder
    For the connoisseur of political hypocrisy, the shifting immigration stands of three GOP candidates are a veritable banquet. Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney have started doing passable impressions of Lou Dobbs. But can you trust a candidate whose record contradicts his campaign rhetoric? (That was a rhetorical question.) The CNN/YouTube debate was a hoot. Romney and Rudy squared off on what’s shaping up to be the defining issue of Campaign 2008 -- with the dignity of a couple of rabid mongooses. Rudy – who wants to “secure the border” (is there anyone, including Hillary, who says they don’t?)...
  • Deep In The Heart Of Texas: Guessing The Course Of The GOP Primaries

    11/17/2007 6:12:35 AM PST · by TAdams8591 · 52 replies · 273+ views
    Town ^ | 11-15-2007 | Hugh Hewitt
    Every four years pundits get to swing for the fences. Only the timid split differences and hairs. The pundits worth reading will declare what they see in the very cloudy crystal ball. Here's my take. There are two very separate battles within the fight for the GOP presidential nomination. There is the contest between Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and Fred Thompson to be the conservative challenger to Rudy Giuliani. And then there is the contest between that challenger and the former New York City mayor. It is Rudy's hope that the race to be his opponent for the Republican nomination...
  • The Kerik Indictment, Guiliani And The GOP (Conservative Base: No To Cronyism And Open Borders)

    11/08/2007 6:02:20 PM PST · by goldstategop · 11 replies · 239+ views
    Michelle ^ | 11/08/2007 | Michelle Malkin
    We are all fallen, imperfect beings. The news of the federal indictment of Bernie Kerik is a sad moment, a cautionary tale, and an object lesson. Sad, because Kerik rose from the child of a prostitute to “America’s cop”–and this nation loves such tales of success. Cautionary, because it speaks to the fallibility of anointed heroes and the temptations of power. An object lesson, because it highlights the flaws and vulnerabilities of GOP front-runner Rudy Giuliani’s on the issues of corruption and immigration enforcement. Here’s what I wrote back in December 2004 when Kerik was forced to withdraw from consideration...
  • Rudy Of The Good Book (Why Moral Strength At Home Matters To Defeating Our Enemies Abroad Alert)

    10/31/2007 1:23:07 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 7 replies · 106+ views
    National Review ^ | 10/31/2007 | David Klinghoffer
    The Giuliani candidacy has polarized politically conservative Christians and Jews — perhaps less over Rudy’s position on abortion than, more subtly, over a question of emphasis. Who’s right? The Jewish “neoconservatives,” who make up more than half of Giuliani’s star foreign-policy advisory team (Norman Podhoretz, Daniel Pipes, Michael Rubin, Martin Kramer, and David Frum)? Or Christians, like Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, who would not rule out supporting a third party candidate if Giuliani gets the nomination? To adjudicate the dispute, I propose an appeal to the part of the Bible on whose authority Jews (like myself) and Christians...
  • The Myth of Rudy Giuliani’s Electability

    10/29/2007 8:36:02 AM PDT · by Invisigoth · 147 replies · 122+ views
    North Star Writers Group ^ | October 29, 2007 | Paul Ibrahim
    Most Republican presidential candidates can brag about attracting followers with their valiant stances on important issues. John McCain’s supporters will point to the senator’s steadfast stance on Iraq as the primary reason they intend to vote for him, as, paradoxically, might Ron Paul’s ardent adherents. Tom Tancredo rallies anti-immigration enthusiasts behind his banner, and Fred Thompson attracts supporters with his understanding of federalism and his consistent conservatism. Rudy Giuliani’s followers support him because they think he can beat Hillary Clinton. In and by itself, the reasoning of Giuliani’s supporters is not illogical. Many people do take into account electability when...
  • Giuliani: Illegal Immigration Isn't Illegal

    09/08/2007 1:19:14 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 8 replies · 144+ views
    Dakota Voice ^ | 9/7/07 | Bob Ellis
    Glenn Beck's website has an inconsistent interview with Rudy Giulianion illegal immigration. First, Guiliani says illegal immigration isn't illegal. GLENN: Right. But isn't illegal immigration a crime in and of itself? GIULIANI: No. Then Guiliani says it shouldn't be illegal: GLENN: Should it be? GIULIANI: Should it be? No, it shouldn't be because the government wouldn't be able to prosecute it. We couldn't prosecute 12 million people. We have only 2 million people in jail right now for all the crimes that are committed in the country, 2.5 million. If you were to make it a crime, you would...
  • Rudy Guiliani Warns Of Palestinian State (Breaks With Bush On Middle East Policy Alert)

    08/15/2007 5:06:31 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 32 replies · 800+ views
    Ynet ^ | 08/14/2007 | N/A
    Republican 2008 White House front-runner Rudolph Giuliani warned Tuesday it was not in the interest of the United States to help create a Palestinian state that would "support terrorism." In an article in the journal Foreign Affairs, the former New York mayor also said too much emphasis had been placed on Israeli-Palestinian peace talks which he said just brought up the same issues "again and again." Giuliani renamed the US "war on terror" as "the Terrorists' War on US" in his hawkish article in the September/October issue of the magazine, and predicted a long battle against "radical Islamic fascism." In...
  • Does Rudy's Rise Reflect Social Right's Decline? (Voter Ignorance Explains Rudy's Rise Alert)

    07/26/2007 9:03:47 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 65 replies · 939+ views
    Don ^ | 07/28/2007 | Don Feder
    Like the Olympics, it's a game that's played every four years. The media march out on the field in their ideologically matching blazers and try to convince the GOP to ditch social issues. Their pitch goes something like this: Republican voters are far more moderate than their party's platform. The day of the religious right has come and gone. With pro-life, pro-marriage stands, the party alienates legions of voters who agree with it on taxes, spending and defense. An article in the July 5 Wall Street Journal ("Giuliani Support Hints at Shift") argues, "Mr. Giuliani's lead in the polls -...
  • Why I'm Backing Rudy Guiliani (Burt Prelutsky's Conservative Case For Mr. Mayor Alert)

    07/24/2007 11:52:02 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 88 replies · 1,362+ views ^ | 07/25/2007 | Burt Prelutsky
    Because I'm convinced that, come November of 2008, Hillary Clinton will be the presidential candidate of the Socialist Party, so I think it's particularly important that the Republicans nominate Rudy Giuliani. I will admit that I have been waiting to see if Fred Thompson was going to toss his hat in the ring, but I finally got sick and tired of waiting. The guy's about 6-foot-5 and probably weighs 280; which doesn't hurt when he's portraying a New York City D.A., but he's simply not cut out to play a coquette. There are other attractive candidates in the GOP, but...
  • It’s good practice to know thy enemy (Dem Iraq Smackdown!)

    07/18/2007 10:16:16 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 2 replies · 563+ views
    The Rolls Daily News ^ | July 18, 2007 | Dave Weinbaum
    If one could be bold enough to assert that our enemies do not include our own president, George W. Bush, we can make progress toward identifying them. Below are a few foes and some of our own policy and opinion makers. Take the test and see how good you are at identifying those that would destroy us and those in and out of power that play the politics of terrorism to our detriment. Answers are below. Those that cheat get no fruit cup!!!! Good luck! Who said? “…and the herds of Crusaders have begun to split up and their sole...

    06/01/2007 6:24:56 AM PDT · by shortstop · 34 replies · 1,111+ views ^ | 06/01/07 | Bob Lonsberry
    Run, Fred, run. Please, for the sake of the country and the party, run. Throw your hat in the ring and start fighting for the nomination and the presidency. As a Republican, yesterday was a red-letter day. Why? Because a genuine Republican was finally in the hunt. The cat is about out of the bag and it seems likely that soon former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson will announce his desire to seek the Republican nomination to be president of the United States. Glory hallelujah. At last there is someone a conservative can vote for. At last, someone a Republican can...
  • Lincoln’s Question for Rudy

    05/20/2007 8:28:04 AM PDT · by wagglebee · 18 replies · 597+ views ^ | 5/20/07 | Frank Pastore
    Slavery was once both legal and immoral, much as abortion is today. The Dred Scott decision was overturned because it was both bad jurisprudence and immoral—just like Roe v. Wade. In supporting the Dred Scott decision, the candidate for president, Stephen Douglas, argued that he didn’t care whether slavery was voted up or voted down. He only cared for the right of the people to decide. Essentially, that’s Rudy Giuliani’s argument with regard to abortion. He is personally opposed to it, but he supports a woman’s right to choose because it is the law of the land. I wonder if...
  • Why Giuliani Will Not Be a Nominee

    05/15/2007 4:14:11 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 43 replies · 1,203+ views
    Dakota Voice ^ | 5/15/07 | Rev. Rob Schenck
    Rudolph Giuliani has a huge problem--and so do all other candidates that approach abortion as he does. Their huge problem are both their obviously untenable moral positions on abortion, as well as the huge number of pro-life activists and our many allies. We just don't like equivocation or ambivalence. Jesus Christ said, "A house divided against itself cannot stand." (Matthew 12:25) St. James said, "A double minded man is unstable in all his ways." (James 1:8) It appears that Rudy, and possibly other candidates, are at war with their own consciences over where they will stand on this supreme moral,...
  • New Polls Show Slim Giuliani Lead, Thompson Rising as Candidates Debate

    05/15/2007 4:08:44 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 24 replies · 1,163+ views
    Life News ^ | 5/15/07 | Steven Ertelt
    Washington, DC ( -- As the Republican candidates for president head to their second debate tonight, two new polls show Rudy Giuliani's slide continues following several weeks of intense criticism of his position in favor of abortion. The polls also show Fred Thompson moving up and he moves closer to announcing his candidacy. A new Rasmussen poll shows Giuliani leads among likely GOP voters with 25 percent, which is just seven percentage points ahead of Sen. John McCain's 18 percent. Two weeks ago he led McCain by 16 percent in the Rasmussen poll and the 25 percent is the lowest...
  • Rudy Giuliani Continues Slide in Polls As Abortion Criticism Increases

    05/12/2007 1:07:15 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 40 replies · 1,245+ views
    Life News ^ | 5/11/07 | Steven Ertelt
    Washington, DC ( -- Rudy Giuliani is continuing to slide in the polls as he is plagued by more criticism over his position on abortion. The former New York City mayor has drawn strong opposition because of his pro-abortion views, but recent flaps about supporting taxpayer funding for abortions and donations to Planned Parenthood haven't helped. A new CNN poll shows Giuliani has dropped a large nine percentage points from March to May -- going from 34 percent nationally to just 23 percent. Virtually every other candidate has gained or stayed the same in the poll and benefited from the...
  • Rudy Giuliani Continues Slide in Republican Polls After Abortion Flaps

    04/23/2007 4:08:19 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 103 replies · 1,921+ views
    Life News ^ | 4/23/07 | Steven Ertelt
    Washington, DC ( -- Rudy Giuliani is continuing his slide in the polls following an abortion flap two weeks ago in which he declared his support for taxpayer-funded abortions and promptly reversed his position a day later. A poll conducted by Fox News finds Giuliani sliding down four percentage points in their surveys since February.In February's poll, the former New York City mayor had 39 percent of the support of Republican voters but that dropped to 35 percent in the April 17-18 survey.Arizona Sen. John McCain, who opposes abortion but supports embryonic stem cell research, has dropped as well. He's...
  • Rudy to pro-lifer: drop dead

    04/11/2007 2:19:47 AM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 123 replies · 2,340+ views ^ | 11 April 2007 | Maggie Gallagher
    Thirty-eight percent for Rudy; 16 percent for McCain. On the surface, the latest Gallup Poll of GOP voters is great news for the Giuliani campaign. Mitt Romney scored just 6 percent, less than Fred Thompson and Newt Gingrich (10 percent each) -- two guys who aren't even officially in the race. But the apparent collapse of the McCain candidacy (it's early yet) may end up being a problem for Rudy. Deep distrust of McCain as the designated GOP front-runner has to some extent shielded Rudy Giuliani from the focused opposition of social conservatives. Personally, I know I tried really hard...
  • Dennis Miller first show on now (listen live)

    03/26/2007 7:32:15 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 119 replies · 3,618+ views
    Dennis Miller show ^ | 3/26/07 | raccoonradio
    The show is streamcasting right now at and It starts today in many cities but many stations will air him on tape delay WIND Chicago KRLA L.A. starting next week the 93.7 in Dennis' home town of Pittsburgh will carry him "Isn't it ironic we're putting pork into a bill for funding a war on _Islam_"?
  • The Latest on Rudy's Viability

    03/05/2007 8:17:21 PM PST · by Sunsong · 148 replies · 1,600+ views
    U.S. News & World Report ^ | 3/5/07 | Michael Barone
    In a typically thorough, fair-minded, well-written article, the Washington Post's Dan Balz examines the indications that despite many predictions, Rudy Giuliani has a serious chance to win the Republican presidential nomination. You might have read a similar though at the time necessarily more speculative analysis six months ago. It seemed to be the rule from 1980 to 2000 that only abortion opponents could win the Republican presidential nomination (just as it seemed to be the rule from 1984 to 2004 that only supporters of abortion rights could win the Democratic presidential nomination). But rules in politics don't always last forever....
  • Pa. Still Likes GOP, but Looks for Moderation

    03/05/2007 10:22:20 AM PST · by Sunsong · 109 replies · 1,218+ views
    Real Clear Politics ^ | 3/5/07 | Michael Smerconish
    Pennsylvania may just have given the Republican Party, and Rudy Giuliani in particular, some desperately needed good news. It came in the form of polling results provided by the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin and Marshall College. The Keystone Poll found that if Pennsylvania residents decided today among the leading 2008 presidential contenders, either Giuliani or Sen. John McCain would defeat either Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama. Giuliani leads Clinton 53 percent to 37 percent, and he leads Obama 52 percent to 32 percent. McCain trumps Clinton 45 percent to 41 percent and Obama 43 percent to...
  • In '08, Rudy could have a Catholic problem

    02/22/2007 1:01:24 PM PST · by pissant · 203 replies · 1,697+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 2/20/07 | Kate O'Beirne
    If he goes the distance next year, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney would be the first Mormon ever elected President. What role his religion will play in his bid for the GOP nomination is already being widely discussed. Although former Mayor Rudy Giuliani also could make history, as the first Catholic nominated for President by the Republican Party, the effect of his religion has, to date, been largely ignored. It shouldn't be. Giuliani's Catholicism - and his rejection of some church teachings - could be a significant factor over the long run of the 2008 campaign. Concerns about conflicted Catholic...
  • Giuliani Says He Is Running for President in ’08

    02/15/2007 8:25:18 AM PST · by CobaltBlue · 45 replies · 584+ views
    New York Times ^ | February 15, 2007 | RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA
    Rudolph W. Giuliani yesterday removed any lingering doubts that he was running for president, and, without mentioning President Bush by name, offered pointed criticism on how the Iraq war has been handled. Mr. Giuliani has behaved like a presidential candidate for months, forming an exploratory committee, raising money, building a campaign staff and making appearances around the country. But until now, he has repeatedly stopped short of a definitive statement of his intentions — even joking about his nondeclarations in recent days. Republican activists and consultants, citing his early withdrawal from the 2000 Senate race, said he needed to put...

    01/02/2007 3:11:25 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 46 replies · 2,074+ views
    VOTE.COM ^ | December 29, 2006 | DICK MORRIS & EILEEN MCGANN
    Is there something cyclical, but nevertheless extraordinary, happening in American politics these days? Are we moving from a period of partisan confrontation and division, to one that values consensus and seeks more unity among our public figures? Otherwise, how can we account for the unusual persistence with which moderates like Rudy Guiliani and Senator John McCain are holding their large leads in the Republican primary electorate? Or, the surprising surge of perceived-moderate Senator Barack Obama into second place in the Democratic field? The conservative right is trailing ignominiously in the polls for the Republican nomination, while Hillary is tied with...
  • Count Me In The Guiliani Camp (Debbie Schlussel: He Has The Cojones TO Fight Islamofascism Alert)

    11/15/2006 7:40:33 AM PST · by goldstategop · 244 replies · 2,894+ views
    Debbie ^ | 08/15/2006 | Debbie Schlussel
    Every day, I'm asked whom I'm supporting for President in 2008. I've looked over the potential candidates, and on the Republican side, I believe the best, by far, is Rudy Giuliani, who took the first step toward a run, yesterday, with an exploratory committee. (On the Democratic side, the best guy who's been talked about as a Presidential contender is Senator Evan Bayh from Indiana, who truly understands the Islamic threat and is a more moderate Democrat--which is why he'll never get the nomination.) Yes, I'm pro-life and against gay rights, where Giuliani shares neither of my views on these...
  • COURT LOSS FOR KERIK 2 (mobbed-up NYPD commish; Giuliani's ex-driver, business partner)

    08/03/2006 8:19:05 AM PDT · by Liz · 46 replies · 812+ views
    NY POST ^ | 8/3/06 | AP
    ATLANTIC CITY A mob-linked construction company - accused of lying about dealings with ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik - must stop doing work for Atlantic City casinos....the Casino Control Commission suspended the licenses of Interstate Industrial Corp.......owners pleaded not guilty to charges of lying to a grand jury.....denying they secretly paid for the bulk of an extensive makeover of Kerik's apartment when he was in charge of city jails.
  • The Quotable Rudolph W. Giuliani (the Useful Idiot Candidate----liberal to the core)

    07/14/2006 10:54:19 AM PDT · by Liz · 423 replies · 8,755+ views
    Rudy Guiliani has marched in lockstep with liberals on affirmative action, gay rights, gay marriage, gun control, school prayer, tuition tax credits, liberal immigration policies, and he's reinforced it, time and time again. Just about everytime Rudy opens his mouth, offensive liberal words come pouring out. As Mayor, Rudy put liberals in high-paid city jobs, an indication what a Rudy WH would look like. Here then is Rudy in his own words: --The New York State Liberal Party on its endorsement of Rudy Giuliani for Mayor: "When the Liberal Party Policy Committee reviewed a list of key social issues of...
  • Don't Be Fooled Again (Joseph Farah: Do We Really Want A Drag Queen President? Alert)

    04/05/2006 12:21:18 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 171 replies · 3,453+ views ^ | April 5, 2006 | Joseph Farah
    The American people got shafted in 2000 and 2004 with some rotten political choices. In fact, the American people get shafted with rotten political choices all the time – choices called Democrats and Republicans. There are some people gearing up to ensure that your choices in 2008 are just as rotten as they have been since about 1988. We all know who the leading Democratic candidate for president is – Hillary Clinton. But do you know who the leading Republican candidate is as of this moment? By some reckonings, it is Rudy Giuliani. No, the smart money has long suggested...
  • MCCAIN WILL STIR 'STRAW' (Repubs gather for 2008 nod--need more viable hopefuls)

    03/09/2006 4:13:19 AM PST · by Liz · 29 replies · 551+ views
    NY POST ^ | March 9, 2006 |
    JOHN McCAIN Pal Giuliani to skip event. REPUBLICANS kick off their first 2008 cattle show today, with Sen. John McCain as the star - and Rudy Giuliani playing coy from off-stage. Which pretty much sums up the state of the race as presidential wannabes head to Memphis to strut their stuff for 1,800 activists - and compete in a straw poll - at the three-day Southern Republican Leadership Conference. McCain's speech tomorrow night is seen as the keynote and the one to watch. After all, he's the guy who wallops Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in presidential polls. Giuliani isn't...
  • Giuliani: U.S. in Peril without Patriot Act

    12/18/2005 11:47:48 AM PST · by wagglebee · 57 replies · 1,069+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 12/18/05 | NewsMax
    Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has come out swinging against the Democratic-led filibuster that prevented a reauthorization vote on the USA Patriot Act. In an op-ed column in the New York Times, Giuliani said the Senate action "represents a grave potential threat to the nation's security. ... Americans must use every legal and constitutional tool in their arsenal to fight terrorism and protect their lives and liberties. "The attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, made clear that the old rules no longer work. The terrorists who attacked us seek to kill innocent men, women and children of all races...
  • Tarrance/Cook Report: McCain/Guiliani Lead GOP '08 Pack; Hillary Leads Dems; Bush Approve @ 42%

    12/13/2005 3:25:10 AM PST · by RWR8189 · 14 replies · 669+ views
    1. Overall, do you approve or disapprove of the job George W. Bush is doing as President? (IF APPROVE/DISAPPROVE, ASK:) Is that strongly (APPROVE/DISAPPROVE), or only somewhat? (IF NOT SURE/REFUSED/MIXED, ASK:) Well, do you lean more toward approve or disapprove when it comes to his performance as President? ADULTS Total Approve........................................... 42 Total Disapprove ...................................... 55 <SNIP> 3. Now, thinking about the election for U.S Congress in November 2006, regardless of how you might plan to vote in your own district, which party would you like to see in control of Congress after the congressional elections a year from...
  • Election 2008: (Giuliani 42%, Hillary Clinton 39%), (McCain 40%, Clinton, 38%)

    09/02/2005 7:24:29 PM PDT · by nj26 · 35 replies · 798+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 9/2/05 | Rasmussen Reports
    In hypothetical match-ups for the 2008 Presidential Election, Republicans Rudy Giuliani and John McCain both are essentially even with Democrat Hillary Clinton. A Rasmussen Reports survey finds Giuliani leading Clinton 42% to 39% and McCain ahead of the Democrat 40% to 38%. An earlier survey found Clinton leading Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The survey highlights a major difficulty facing McCain as he seeks the GOP nomination--he's not very popular in his own party. Just 48% of Republicans have a favorable opinion of McCain while 27% have an unfavorable view. By way of comparison, among Republicans, Giuliani is viewed favorably...
  • Quinnipiac: Only Giuliani Can Beat Spitzer For New York Gov (Giuliani 49% Spitzer 42%)

    08/04/2005 12:02:51 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 27 replies · 740+ views
    Quinnipiac University ^ | August 3, 2005
    August 3, 2005 - Only Giuliani Can Beat Spitzer For New York Gov, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Sen. Clinton Tops Pataki As State's Presidential Choice If he decided to run for New York State Governor next year, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani would top State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer 49 - 42 percent, the only one of several high visibility Republican names to top the likely Democratic candidate, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Spitzer has gained ground since trailing Giuliani 59 - 34 percent in an April 14, 2004 poll by the independent Quinnipiac...
  • NHL rival league in the works?

    06/01/2005 9:41:04 AM PDT · by Major Matt Mason · 12 replies · 402+ views
    TSN ^ | 06/01/05 | Unknown
    If the NHL and NHLPA can't work out their labour problems soon, a rival league is in the works. According to the Toronto Star, players are considering a plan to work with former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and Canadian diplomat Maurice Strong to form the International Hockey Association. The league would reportedly need to raise as much as $5 billion (U.S) to get the league off the ground, according to a plan reviewed by the paper. Ted Saskin, senior director of the NHLPA, said the union has been approached by several different groups proposing alternative options for its members....
  • Hillary Raises Close to $4 million

    04/18/2005 6:28:47 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 14 replies · 512+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 4/18/05 | Carl Limbacher
    New York Sen. Hillary Clinton is thanking her contributors for ponying up nearly $4 million for her campaign coffers in the first quarter on 2005 - while pretending that her reelection next year is actually in jeopardy. "With your support, we raised $3,958,924!" she told her donors in an e-mail on Monday. "Just as the right wing attack machines have started gearing up to defeat me in 2006, we're sending a strong signal that we will be ready to fight back." True enough, New York State GOPers have launched a "Stop Her Now" campaign, complete with the promise that they'll...
  • Aide: Rudy won't run for guv

    04/05/2005 8:50:26 AM PDT · by kingattax · 17 replies · 293+ views ^ | 4-5-2005 | GLENN THRUSH
    Governor Rudy? Senator Giuliani? Not anytime soon, according to Giuliani's top political aide, Anthony Carbonetti, who yesterday quashed rumors that the former mayor has designs on any office other than an Oval one. "No, he won't," said Carbonetti, Giuliani's former City Hall chief of staff, to suggestions his boss would oppose Sen. Hillary Clinton or run for governor in 2006.
  • Statement by Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani

    10/28/2004 1:47:54 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 18 replies · 1,495+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | October 28, 2004
    ARLINGTON, VA -- Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani today issued the following statement: "We don't need someone who voted against funding our troops during war to take my remarks out of context. Like the President I wholeheartedly support our troops. If John Edwards is looking for someone who is blaming our troops without the facts, he need look no further than his running mate, John Kerry."
  • Bush-Cheney '04 Launches New Radio Advertisement, "New York City Mayors"

    10/26/2004 8:36:15 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 6 replies · 765+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | October 26, 2004
    ARLINGTON , VA -- Today, Bush-Cheney '04 announced the release of the campaign's newest radio advertisement, "New York City Mayors."  The ad highlights the fact that former New York City Republican Mayor Rudy Guiliani and former New York Democratic Mayor Ed Koch are putting aside political differences to support President Bush because of his decisive leadership after September 11 and clear strategy for winning the War on Terror.  The ad will begin airing this week in select local markets and can be downloaded at For " New York City Mayors"Rudy Giuliani:      I'm Rudy Giuliani.Ed Koch:           I'm Ed Koch.Giuliani:       I'm a former...
  • RUDY-VS.-HILL BUZZ HEATS UP (Mosbacher is "leaning against" challenging Sen. Charles Schumer)

    07/01/2003 6:45:58 PM PDT · by Pubbie · 20 replies · 365+ views
    The New York Post ^ | June 30, 2003 | FREDRIC U. DICKER
    FORMER Mayor Rudy Giuliani will challenge Hillary Rodham Clinton for U.S. Senate in 2006 if, as many suspect, he wants to be president one day. That's the dramatic prediction of one of New York's most senior elected officials, who knows both Giuliani and Clinton well. "Rudy's fundamental dilemma in terms of becoming president is that he holds positions that are unacceptable to his own Republican Party on things like abortion and gay rights and gun control," the senior official told The Post. "Now, if he runs for the Senate and defeats Hillary Clinton, given all the negatives she represents to...
  • NY Gubernatorial Election 2006: Pataki Would Squeak by Either One; Giuliani Would Win 2-1;

    04/08/2003 11:38:53 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 8 replies · 354+ views
    Zogby ^ | 4/8/03
    Although New York's next gubernatorial election is still over three and a half years away (in 2006), Zogby International posed some match-up possibilities to a random sample of residents. The telephone survey of 709 likely voters was conducted from Zogby's headquarters in Utica on April 3-4, 2003, and has a margin of error of +/- 3.8%. Error margins are higher for sub-groups. Attorney General Elliot Spitzer would beat Andrew Cuomo in a Democratic primary, 39% - 28%. When 335 likely voters in a Democratic primary (margin +/- 5.5%) were asked to choose between Spitzer and Cuomo, who withdrew from the...