Skip to comments.Giuliani not fit for the White House: poll (Go Rudy!!)
Posted on 03/21/2007 5:04:50 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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Uhh OK, I don't see what this has to do with the gun issue that I commented on, but it does show a spectrum of opinions on him.
Did you live in NYC during his term? The press HATED him because he was pro law and order and did not kowtow to special interest groups. They hated him then and they'll hate him now. Remember, he's pro WOT...just that alone puts a bullseye on his head.
My problems with Duncan Hunter are:
1. I don't think he has a ghost of a chance of ever getting elected. He would be lucky to carry two states.
2. His positions on trade worry me. I sympathize with the goals but just don't see how they can be accomplished in today's global economy.
I was hardly a political insider in the 70s or 80s merely one who followed people and events more than most. Yet, even I had no idea who Duncan Hunter was six months ago. All the others were familiar but not him.
My "opinion" happens to be fully confirmed by the poll numbers.
And you believe that Rudy, as Mayor, had something to contribute to an emergency by staying?
As to the bitterness here. It mainly flows from those who hate Rudy. Most of those who support him say they will vote for the nominee even it isn't him. While the bitter rant and rave and threaten. And we should give in to these people?
Tancredo could not win ONE state primary. He won't even get in double digits in any. But carry on.
This is one of the most hilarious things I have read. Nussle must be inflicted with the same type of dementia as Al Gore.
While I agree with the title (not the editorialization at the end of it), we all know online polls are crap.
Check out the numbers at Michael Barone's Blog:
***...Conclusions: This confirms Giuliani's significant rise from the 27-to-30 percent level of November to January to the 35-to-37 percent level of February to March. Also, McCain's fall from 25.5 to 27 percent in November to December to 20 to 23 percent in January to March. Also, note that the percentages for others and undecideds have been declining, roughly in tandem with the move to Giuliani; Romney's numbers have not had a significant change, and neither, it seems, have those of Gingrich, who in any case is not a declared candidate. Yes, there's a market out there for another alternative. But it's not a market that has been expanding....***
Please remove J.C. Watts from your list as he would be appalled at your lies! He is honest something your post is not!
[Uh, wrong, the painting did a swell job of labeling itself not only antireligious but crap.]
I see time and again here, people saying they won't vote for him,
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