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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Rudy in Disguise

Check out this video. I hope you'll link to it at your own site and/or forward it to some friends. Word needs to get out. (H/T to Robert at Left of Centrist.)

Giuliani isn't the worst of the Republican candidates, but he's their most skillful con artist. “America’s Mayor” — riiight. And now he's trying to convince the “Family Values” idiots that a 3-times-divorced pro-choice gay rights gun control advocate is “one of them.” And he just might be able to pull it off.

A few flipflops, a lot of spinning — and “America’s Mayor” might actually become known as the “Values” candidate. If you think American voters couldn’t possibly be that stupid, well, look who we've got in the White House right now.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Snave said...

Heh! I blogged about the pathetic GOP field this morning. What a bunch of losers... but I am still having doubts about the ability of the Democrats to beat whoever the GOP nominates.

At the great blog "Undeniable Liberalism", I found the following joke.

What is Rudy Giuliani's shoe size?

One foot is a 9, the other is an 11, of course.

If he is able to dupe the "values" crowd into voting for him by raising their fear levels to the point where they put the "war on terror" first and foremost and forget about all the religious/kook hot-button issues, he really must think people are truly stupid. He seems more like he's out to manipulate people than anything. Why does he hate Americans?

While I don't think Giuliani is the worst of the GOP candidates (I would give that nod to Tancredo) I do think he is the worst of the GOP frontrunners. I was delighted to see on CNN that in the Values Voters Summit debate, Rudy got only 1.9% of the vote... the "winners" (weeners? whiners?) were Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney at about 27% each. He has been panned by James Dobson, and sadly, in America such a non-endorsement does carry lots of clout.

I'm not too worried about Rudy these days. I'm not too worried about any of the GOP candidates anymore, really. They are a bunch of unelectable buffoons.

On the other hand, will the Democrats nominate somebody who is electable? I'm not sure they are currently headed in that direction...

October 21, 2007 at 12:13 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Snave: Yeah, they sure are a bunch of pathetic losers. I think some of the "second tier" candidates are worse than Giuliani, but they don't have a chance so it doesn't matter. Good joke about his 9 and 11 shoe sizes. And like the video says, that would be a wicked drinking game, chugging a shot every time he says "9/11."

As somebody said about Romney: He's never met a position he didn't take.

I can't imagine any of those losers darkening the White House doorway. And I don't know which Democrat has a chance either. Maybe Bush will just solve the whole problem by declaring martial law and appointing Jeb to the White House :)

October 21, 2007 at 3:33 PM  
Blogger J. Marquis said...

Fun video. I'm waiting for Rudy to lose his cool and show America why his kids don't want anything to do with him...

October 21, 2007 at 5:12 PM  
Blogger LET'S TALK said...

Great points made about us as a whole Tom; "If you think American voters could not possibly be that stupid, well, look at whom we have in the White House right now"

How did we allow such stupidity to occur in this country? Why is it that we are saying, a man divorced twice, with children that do not care for him, can be the top runner in the Republican field as President?

Did we lose our minds after the Republicans started with the lies to fix a lie procedures after destroying President Clinton with it.

What have we become and when will we fix this type of society.

October 21, 2007 at 5:29 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

J. Marquis: Rudy losing his cool -- I think that's very likely. That might derail his image and hence his campaign.

Let's Talk: Yup, it's unbelievable how things get spun and twisted into opposite meanings, and the public keeps falling for it. George Orwell couldn't have imagined the word-twistings that this administration has come up with.

"What have we become" -- good question.

October 21, 2007 at 6:45 PM  

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