September 8, 2005

Giuliani: Moderate No, Fool Yes

Republican Rudolph Giuliani endorses Republican Charlie Winburn for mayor of Cincinnati, Winburn calls Giuliani this hero.
Republican mayoral candidate Charlie Winburn has been promising to do for Cincinnati what former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani did for his city.

In a visit to Cincinnati on Wednesday, Giuliani said Winburn is the guy to do it.

"I'm really impressed with Mr. Winburn," Giuliani said. "We spoke about his crime plan. I read it over. I think he has a very good approach to how you make a city safer, and how you use that as a basis for economic development. It reminds me of the plans I had when I ran for mayor in '92 and '93."

Giuliani's endorsement of Winburn is just one out-of-state endorsement in the mayor's race.
No big news right, Giuliani is supporting Republican candidates all over the place. One problem, Charlie Winburn could not vote for his hero for political office.
“Politics is dirty because the true believers are not really involved in it," Winburn wrote in his 1989 book, "Ruling and Reigning in the '90s." "We Christians must clean up politics. It is our job to elect only born-again believers to public office. If office holders aren't Christian and refuse to obey the laws of God, we must work hard, under the law, to unseat them.” [..]

"I believe that every bit as much today as I did when I wrote it," Winburn said.
Giuliani is a fool, how can he support a Republican who would only vote for this kind of Christians?

(Hat Tip to Talking Points Memo)

Rudolph Giuliani refuses to criticize this pal President Bush.
Rudolph Giuliani, who guided New York City through the dark days after Sept. 11, said there is no place for second-guessing during an emergency, and he is not interested in criticizing the way government officials handled Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.

The former mayor said before a speech Tuesday that it is too soon to draw any conclusions about whether the agencies that responded took too long or who was responsible. When the situation stabilizes, Giuliani said, the nation can examine the rescue efforts.
Who are you trying to fool, it is too soon to draw conclusions? Only people who are refusing to criticize President Bush are hardcore partisans. Rudolph Giuliani is a fool and not a moderate.

Giuliani has drank the kool-aid, there is not turning back now. Becoming a Republican hack might win him brownie points form the mainstream media, but it will not win him the Republican nomination in 2008. Republican base will not support a pro-choice and pro-Homosexual rights Candidate or is he going to flip flop? Giuliani is fooling himself he is think this record as major of NYC and this pro -Republican rhetoric will help him.


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