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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Giuliani California Campaign Watch: Call Out for Telephone Volunteers

Cross Posted from the FullosseousFlap's Dental Blog

Rudy Giuliani addressing California Campaign volunteers at his Glendale, California office, November 13, 2007. Video by Flap

This is a call out for all Californians for Rudy to get involved in the Giuliani for President Campaign - PHONE FOR RUDY.

Here are the details:

  • Monday and Wednesday Nights from 6 - 9 PM @ Giuliani Headquarters: 300 West Glenoaks Blvd. Glendale 91202

Bring your own snacks……..

Contact:

Field Rep Ashley Ingram

Telephone: 818-281-9081

E-mail: ashleyingram@joinrudy2008.com


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At 2:08 PM, Blogger Joseph H. said...

I lived in Queens when Giuliani was Mayor, and at one time, I actually admired the guy (He was a hell of a lot better than David Dinkins, his incompetent predecessor), but I dont think that he is fit to be President.

While I generally agree with his stance on foreign policy, I think that he lacks proper morality and sound judgement. Specifically, the following "lapses in judgement" bother me:

- He married his second cousin, Regina Peruggi

- He associated himself with dishonest and corrupt men such as Howard Safir, Thomas Von Essen, and Bernard Kerik

- On more than one occassion, he dressed in drag and shamelessly paraded around in front of audiences and cameras. His first foray into public cross dressing was on March 1, 1997 when he appeared onstage dressed as Marilyn Monroe at the New York Hilton with actress Julie Andrews. Later that year, he appeared on Saturday Night Live dressed as "Rita Delvecchio's mother", and in 2000, he he appeared at the Mayor's Inner Circle Press Roast wearing a purple dress and a blond wig, and participated in a skit in which Donald Trump tried to kiss him.

Take a look at this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFvP_HZVqmY

Seriously, how can you trust the judgment of a guy like this?

 
At 9:53 PM, Blogger Lucille said...

LUCILLE: It's All About Judgment

Who should be our next President? What do you say we pick someone who at least has some values other than blind loyalty or "gut feelings" that they consider when they decide whom to trust. Remember when George Bush looked into Putin's eyes and got a "sense of his soul"? Did Putin's "soul" give Bush any indication that he'd be crushing every vestige of democracy in Russia that he could?

And, who can forget when Bush called Musharraf "a man of courage and vision" and "a courageous leader and friend of the United States"? Better (worse?) yet, Ari Fleisher once said that "Bush liked the fact that he [Mushaffaf] does what he wants to do." Yes, he sure does. We're certainly learning that now. Even a personal call from President Bush won't budge him on his quest to break the back of any opposition.

Perhaps that's also why Bush liked Rumsfeld, Gonzales and Harriet Miers, his other wonderful choices. And, now we have Rudy Giuliani trying to become our next President. Gold help us.

Like Bush, Rudy Giuliani likes to personalize his relationships, placing the highest premium on friendship and loyalty. Does anyone other than Rudy still think Bernard Kerik was a wonderful choice for head of Homeland Security? What does that say about Rudy's ability to choose the right people to trust?

Think about it: here's the guy who took an apartment meant for for 9/11 rescue workers and used it instead as a love nest for his adulterous affair. Not only does this guy have bad judgment, he also apparently has no ethics or morals. Kerik rose from chauffeur to Police Chief in record time, had Rudy strongly suggest him as head of Homeland Security (where he apparently lied to the FBI), wrote a book where he talked about his ideas on training police in the Muslim world (which he was tasked with doing in Iraq - and failed), plead guilty to a couple of misdemeanors, and was indicted on 16 other counts. Oh, and in the meantime became Rudy's partner in a security firm that made tons of money after 9/11.

Sounds like a version of Bush redux with Rudy at the helm. Isn't that what you want?

Posted by Lucille Lo Sapio on November 19, 2007
www.politicaldoodle.com

http://www.typepad.com/t/trackback/2457804/23467620

 
At 9:54 PM, Blogger Lucille said...

LUCILLE: It's All About Judgment

Who should be our next President? What do you say we pick someone who at least has some values other than blind loyalty or "gut feelings" that they consider when they decide whom to trust. Remember when George Bush looked into Putin's eyes and got a "sense of his soul"? Did Putin's "soul" give Bush any indication that he'd be crushing every vestige of democracy in Russia that he could?

And, who can forget when Bush called Musharraf "a man of courage and vision" and "a courageous leader and friend of the United States"? Better (worse?) yet, Ari Fleisher once said that "Bush liked the fact that he [Mushaffaf] does what he wants to do." Yes, he sure does. We're certainly learning that now. Even a personal call from President Bush won't budge him on his quest to break the back of any opposition.

Perhaps that's also why Bush liked Rumsfeld, Gonzales and Harriet Miers, his other wonderful choices. And, now we have Rudy Giuliani trying to become our next President. Gold help us.

Like Bush, Rudy Giuliani likes to personalize his relationships, placing the highest premium on friendship and loyalty. Does anyone other than Rudy still think Bernard Kerik was a wonderful choice for head of Homeland Security? What does that say about Rudy's ability to choose the right people to trust?

Think about it: here's the guy who took an apartment meant for for 9/11 rescue workers and used it instead as a love nest for his adulterous affair. Not only does this guy have bad judgment, he also apparently has no ethics or morals. Kerik rose from chauffeur to Police Chief in record time, had Rudy strongly suggest him as head of Homeland Security (where he apparently lied to the FBI), wrote a book where he talked about his ideas on training police in the Muslim world (which he was tasked with doing in Iraq - and failed), plead guilty to a couple of misdemeanors, and was indicted on 16 other counts. Oh, and in the meantime became Rudy's partner in a security firm that made tons of money after 9/11.

Sounds like a version of Bush redux with Rudy at the helm. Isn't that what you want?

www.politicaldoodle.com

http://www.typepad.com/t/trackback/2457804/23467620

 
At 9:54 PM, Blogger Lucille said...

LUCILLE: It's All About Judgment

Who should be our next President? What do you say we pick someone who at least has some values other than blind loyalty or "gut feelings" that they consider when they decide whom to trust. Remember when George Bush looked into Putin's eyes and got a "sense of his soul"? Did Putin's "soul" give Bush any indication that he'd be crushing every vestige of democracy in Russia that he could?

And, who can forget when Bush called Musharraf "a man of courage and vision" and "a courageous leader and friend of the United States"? Better (worse?) yet, Ari Fleisher once said that "Bush liked the fact that he [Mushaffaf] does what he wants to do." Yes, he sure does. We're certainly learning that now. Even a personal call from President Bush won't budge him on his quest to break the back of any opposition.

Perhaps that's also why Bush liked Rumsfeld, Gonzales and Harriet Miers, his other wonderful choices. And, now we have Rudy Giuliani trying to become our next President. Gold help us.

Like Bush, Rudy Giuliani likes to personalize his relationships, placing the highest premium on friendship and loyalty. Does anyone other than Rudy still think Bernard Kerik was a wonderful choice for head of Homeland Security? What does that say about Rudy's ability to choose the right people to trust?

Think about it: here's the guy who took an apartment meant for for 9/11 rescue workers and used it instead as a love nest for his adulterous affair. Not only does this guy have bad judgment, he also apparently has no ethics or morals. Kerik rose from chauffeur to Police Chief in record time, had Rudy strongly suggest him as head of Homeland Security (where he apparently lied to the FBI), wrote a book where he talked about his ideas on training police in the Muslim world (which he was tasked with doing in Iraq - and failed), plead guilty to a couple of misdemeanors, and was indicted on 16 other counts. Oh, and in the meantime became Rudy's partner in a security firm that made tons of money after 9/11.

Sounds like a version of Bush redux with Rudy at the helm. Isn't that what you want?

www.politicaldoodle.com

http://www.typepad.com/t/trackback/2457804/23467620

 
At 9:54 PM, Blogger Lucille said...

LUCILLE: It's All About Judgment

Who should be our next President? What do you say we pick someone who at least has some values other than blind loyalty or "gut feelings" that they consider when they decide whom to trust. Remember when George Bush looked into Putin's eyes and got a "sense of his soul"? Did Putin's "soul" give Bush any indication that he'd be crushing every vestige of democracy in Russia that he could?

And, who can forget when Bush called Musharraf "a man of courage and vision" and "a courageous leader and friend of the United States"? Better (worse?) yet, Ari Fleisher once said that "Bush liked the fact that he [Mushaffaf] does what he wants to do." Yes, he sure does. We're certainly learning that now. Even a personal call from President Bush won't budge him on his quest to break the back of any opposition.

Perhaps that's also why Bush liked Rumsfeld, Gonzales and Harriet Miers, his other wonderful choices. And, now we have Rudy Giuliani trying to become our next President. Gold help us.

Like Bush, Rudy Giuliani likes to personalize his relationships, placing the highest premium on friendship and loyalty. Does anyone other than Rudy still think Bernard Kerik was a wonderful choice for head of Homeland Security? What does that say about Rudy's ability to choose the right people to trust?

Think about it: here's the guy who took an apartment meant for for 9/11 rescue workers and used it instead as a love nest for his adulterous affair. Not only does this guy have bad judgment, he also apparently has no ethics or morals. Kerik rose from chauffeur to Police Chief in record time, had Rudy strongly suggest him as head of Homeland Security (where he apparently lied to the FBI), wrote a book where he talked about his ideas on training police in the Muslim world (which he was tasked with doing in Iraq - and failed), plead guilty to a couple of misdemeanors, and was indicted on 16 other counts. Oh, and in the meantime became Rudy's partner in a security firm that made tons of money after 9/11.

Sounds like a version of Bush redux with Rudy at the helm. Isn't that what you want?

www.politicaldoodle.com

http://www.typepad.com/t/trackback/2457804/23467620

 
At 11:56 AM, Blogger J. Sorensen said...

Rudy better wake up and stand strong against illegal immigration. The hispanic vote from those of us who are here legally and work, vote and speak English will be his if he makes it clear that people who do not respect our laws should not be rewarded. We feel it's an issue of fairness and we're hurt when politicians go with what is politically correct and not with what the majority of people in this county want. If I find a candidate that is strong on protecting our borders and punishing those who come into our country illegally (as Mexico does) I will vote for him.

 

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