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  • NOTICE: FR DOES NOT AND WILL NOT SUPPORT ABORTIONIST, GAY RIGHTS PUSHING BIG GOVERNMENT STATISTS

    05/26/2011 8:31:29 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 1,586 replies · 1+ views
    vanity | May 26, 2011 | Jim Robinson
    NOTICE: FR DOES NOT AND WILL NOT SUPPORT ABORTIONIST, GAY RIGHTS PUSHING BIG GOVERNMENT STATISTS FOR PRESIDENT!! This message is intended for those posters on FR who seem to have missed my prior statements in this regard and insist on advocating for these bastards. I'd rather shut the place down than be involved in any effort to install abortionist/gay rights pushing RINOS like Romney or Giuliani into the White House!! Do NOT push this crap on FR. Take your business elsewhere!! And I don't care how long you've been here!!
  • (Video) The Perfect Ticket: Palin - Giuliani For 2012?

    07/30/2009 10:28:34 AM PDT · by MaxCUA · 66 replies · 1,411+ views
    The perfect fiscal conservative ticket? It may be the only GOP ticket that could with NY, FL and NY. Rudy Giuliani says Governor Palin is an exciting political figure and her abilities as very good Governor demonstrate she has the experience to be president. Øbama, on the other hand, has preformed much, much worse then ever expect. Rudy also discusses Øbama "Birth Certificate" but incorrectly claims he has seen it as the only document that has been release is a forged "Certificate of live Birth."
  • Giuliani to social conservatives: Take it or leave it

    04/05/2007 11:53:32 AM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 994 replies · 13,437+ views
    CNN ^ | April 05, 2007
    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Rudy Giuliani's message to social conservatives: If you don't like my views, don't vote for me.
  • NY Squandered Billions in 9/11 Aid

    06/05/2006 7:17:55 AM PDT · by Carl/NewsMax · 38 replies · 1,913+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | June 5, 2006 | Carl Limbacher
    New York politicians allowed up to one-third of the $20 billion in federal aid awarded to the city in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks to be squandered right under their noses, an analysis by the New York Daily News found last December. But that hasn't stopped some of the same politicians from complaining all weekend about a mere $80 million cut in New York City's federal anti-terrorism budget. Senators Hillary Clinton, Charles Schumer and Rep. Peter King say they're outraged over the new cuts, with Clinton and King teaming up to launch a post-card writing campaign against the Department...
  • Perspectives : The way to electoral suicide — vote Giuliani

    02/21/2007 12:06:36 PM PST · by Reagan Man · 113 replies · 1,396+ views
    One News Now ^ | Feb 20, 2007 | Matt Friedeman
    The Republicans, and even some socially conservative and evangelical leaders, are beginning to adjust to the possibility of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani as the GOP nominee for president. But not all. The Southern Baptist’s Richard Land, for instance, predicts massive defections from Rudy in the event of a Rudy Giuliani vs. Hillary Clinton race. Hugh Hewitt, evangelical talk-meister in the syndicated stream of radio shows doubts this ; "... If Rudy is persuasive on the judges he will nominate, he wouldn’t have a problem with the social conservatives in the general election." So tell us you’ll nominate...
  • Giuliani Inches Closer To Official Announcement

    02/12/2007 5:48:55 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 164 replies · 1,628+ views
    WCBSTV.COM ^ | 12 FEBRUARY 2007 | AP
    Moves Closer To Full-Fledged Presidential Run (CBS/AP) WASHINGTON -- Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Monday defended the Iraq war and criticized Al Gore's global-warming movie. As for his presidential ambitions, Giuliani coyly inched closer to a formal announcement. "I am 100 percent committed," he said. "That official part, I still have to do a formal announcement. But we'll figure out how to do that. My idea is that I'm going to try to announce this in 100 different places." Giuliani, a Republican, said he supports efforts to move California's 2008 presidential primary from June to February, a...
  • Vanity: And now for the rest of the question: Has conservatism been defeated in America?

    02/04/2007 3:01:09 PM PST · by Jim Robinson · 339 replies · 6,295+ views
    Would you accept a gay agenda/NARAL supporting abortionist gun-grabber as your party's savior against Hillary Clinton even if it means we abandon the pro-life, pro-family, pro-freedom of religion and pro-gun planks from the party's platform? And most likely ends any prayer of ever overturning Roe vs Wade or preventing gay marriage as the law of the land? And eventually leads to permanently ending any and all mention of God or prayer in the public square? And further erodes away the right of the people to keep and bear arms? Will preachers speaking out against the gay agenda eventually become a...
  • Yes, Rudy Giuliani Is a Conservative

    02/03/2007 5:48:05 PM PST · by zarf · 758 replies · 7,651+ views
    City Journal ^ | 2/3/07 | Steve Malanga
    Not since Teddy Roosevelt took on Tammany Hall a century ago has a New York politician closely linked to urban reform looked like presidential timber. But today ex–New York mayor Rudy Giuliani sits at or near the top of virtually every poll of potential 2008 presidential candidates. Already, Giuliani’s popularity has set off a “stop Rudy” movement among cultural conservatives, who object to his three marriages and his support for abortion rights, gay unions, and curbs on gun ownership. Some social conservatives even dismiss his achievement in reviving New York before 9/11. An August story on the website Right Wing...
  • Rudy Giuliani Throws Hat Into 2008 Presidential Ring

    02/01/2007 5:41:39 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 1,063 replies · 9,238+ views
    According to a source close to The Giuliani campaign, Rudy Giuliani is throwing his hat into the ring.  The Hinzsight Report confirms, through a source close to the Giuliani campaign, that he is presently sending people out into all 50 states to secure his name on the primary ballots. "Despite Mayor Giuliani's public cautiousness, this is evidence that he is seriously pursuing the Presidency in 2008, and he should be taken very seriously.  Critical state polls have shown Mayor Giuliani leading the pack, and it's about time that he start being considered what he is--the front-runner" a source tells...
  • Hillary/Giuliani: Serious About Race For President

    01/27/2007 8:42:25 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 242 replies · 1,929+ views
    WCBSTV.COM ^ | 27 JANUARY 2007 | AP
    (CBS) NEW YORK -- After all the hinting hemming and hawing about whether they are really in the race Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani left no doubt in the minds of voters that they are serious about a presidential run in 2008. "As a republican and I'm very, very optimistic that we're gonna turn this around and that we're gonna turn it around very, very quickly. Meaning this year, in time for 2008," said Giuliani-R , Former NYC Mayor at an engagement in New Hampshire. And Senator Clinton confirmed her White House intentions in Iowa with her newly innovated slogan...
  • George Allen Wins CPAC Straw Poll

    02/12/2006 5:39:07 AM PST · by johnny7 · 184 replies · 2,376+ views
    Human Events ^ | 02/11/06 | By: Robert B. Bluey
    I just heard from the marvelous Stacie Rumenap (who makes CPAC run) that Sen. George Allen (R.-Va.) won this year’s CPAC straw poll. I don’t have the complete results at this point, but as soon as I get them, I will post. Here are some details:
  • GOP VOTERS STILL WANT GIULIANI FOR PREZ: POLL

    12/16/2004 11:18:44 PM PST · by kattracks · 281 replies · 2,403+ views
    New York Post ^ | 12/17/04 | IAN BISHOP
    WASHINGTON — The stink of Bernard Kerik's rotten bid to become homeland security czar hasn't stuck to his chief cheerleader, Rudy Giuliani, who is a top pick for the presidency among Republicans, a new poll shows. A whopping 68 percent of Republican voters want to see Giuliani run for the White House in 2008, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll — showing little fallout among the party base in the wake of Kerik's embarrassing exit. [snip] And it shows that if party faithful get their way, Giuliani would face off against Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in an Empire...