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?