Tuesday, February 06, 2007

I don't really feel like bothering to analyze the pathetically hollow man-behind-the-myth that is Rudy Giuliani, or his chances in the race (really lack thereof)--even though he's stepped closer to running for prez.

Thankfully, Taylor takes care of the former for me, and Matt Browner-Hamlin the latter.

Let's leave it at this: Before 9/11 he had Bush-level popularity in New York, and was considered a sinking ship and pariah. The man announced his split from his second wife to the press before he told her, and insulted the family of an African-American man the police shot--which is maybe why the entire black community in New York loathed him.

His own party's most powerful members in New York hated him (and most likely, still secretly do).

Ok, I've wasted enough space on this amoral sellout.

Oh wait, one more thing. Can a guy who had enough comb-over to feed the homeless seriously be considered for higher office?


At 12:35 PM, Blogger GottaLaff said...

"Oh wait, one more thing. Can a guy who had enough comb-over to feed the homeless seriously be considered for higher office?"

Can a guy who has enough comb-over to feed the homeless seriously continue to erect buildings named after himself while the homeless are still homeless? (That's a Trump reference, in case it's not obvious)

Let's get rid of both of them. You're fired!

At 12:37 PM, Blogger Cliff Schecter said...

Yes gottalaff. As usual spot in. Death match perhaps?

At 12:56 PM, Blogger Mary Ellen said...

Ya know what bothers me the most about this media love fest with Rudy? It's the fact that this guy is just like Bush, especially when it comes to his knowledge regarding anything outside of New York City. When interviewed about Iraq, he said he wants to run it like he would New York City! My gosh, is this man mad?!? Wasn't it Bush's flawed policy in thinking he can turn Iraq into an American style Democracy what got us into this mess to begin with?

I just don't understand how anyone could take this asshole seriously. Must history repeat itself with another Bush-style president?

Not to mention the fact that Rudy really didn't do anything after 911 but appear for a bunch of photo-ops. Isn't he one of the guys that was telling the police and firefighters that the air was ok to breath?

I'd like to see how the fundamentalist evangelicals are going to handle his affairs and divorce. I'm sure they will try to sweep it under the rug and say Rudy asked for forgiveness and therefore is "saved".

At 1:08 PM, Blogger gimmeabreak said...

Ugghh. Did you see that NY Post cover today? "Big testosterone factor husbad". That was the first thing I saw online today and threw up a little in my mouth.

His numbers are awfully good now, though...with a year to go until Super Tuesday.

I can almost smell the toast burning.

At 2:48 PM, Blogger Fernando said...

The Republicans party has given Democrats so, so much. But to give us Gulliani.... that's too much. So much generosity. What a gift.

Maybe next they will give us a flying carpet into the White House in '08!

At 4:34 PM, Blogger Cliff Schecter said...

Yes, I don't think we'll get the gift of Giuliani. It would just be too good..But the truth is, once the Republicans start talking about his numerous issues, his approval in this country will drop faster than Bush's did...

At 8:38 PM, Blogger GottaLaff said...

I'm sure they will try to sweep it under the rug and say Rudy asked for forgiveness and therefore is "saved".

Hehehehee! Mary Ellen made a funny and didn't even know it. All Rudy needs is to invest in the same kind of rug as Trump and we'll have enough fodder for jokes for the rest of the election season.

How I love taking cheap shots.

At 10:11 PM, Blogger theexog said...

I don't know about comb-overs (maybe the aging senators get their advice from the D), but boy -hair plugs????? What is it with these dweebs.

If it weren't really depressing it would actually be pretty funny - in any normal community anyone who does stuff like these morons pull would be laffed outa town, but in Washington it's life as normal. And they are accepted as being intelligent enough to conduct the country's business?


And why, why, would republicans, who cherish family values (Mr. Haggard has now found them again I understand) think that a man who seemingly believes in serial relationships would be a role model for Americans?


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