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  • USA Today/Gallup Poll Feb. 9-11 (Rudy Crushing McCain 40-24, Clinton Over Obama 40-21)

    02/13/2007 3:31:22 PM PST · by meg88 · 36 replies · 927+ views
    2. (Asked of Republicans and independents who lean to the Republican Party) Please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Republican nomination for President in the year 2008, or if you would support someone else. BASED ON 425 REPUBLICANS AND REPUBLICAN LEANERS 2007 Feb 9-11 2007 Jan 12-14 2006 Dec 11-14 2006 Nov 9-12 Rudy Giuliani 40 31 28 28 John McCain 24 27 28 26 Newt Gingrich 9 10 8 7 Mitt Romney 5 7 4 5 Sam Brownback 3 1 2 1 Jim Gilmore 2 2 N/A N/A Tommy Thompson...
  • Bush Aides Like What They See In Guiliani

    While the White House is taking a hands-off approach to the 2008 GOP presidential primaries so far, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is quietly seeing an administration cheerleading section grow. One insider said that it is built on the fact that Giuliani continues to beat Sen. John McCain in the polls and also because he is offering to stick with several Bush programs, including an aggressive stance against terrorists, and promises to name conservative judges to the court. One Bush official today noted Giuliani's pledge to nominate conservative judges and applauded the New Yorker for making that claim in...
  • Quit While You're Ahead, Rudy

    02/12/2007 5:24:32 PM PST · by NapkinUser · 160 replies · 2,453+ views
    The Evening Bulletin ^ | 02/12/2007 | Joe Murray
    Nobody can discredit the talent, skill and sheer genius of Frank Sinatra. Emerging onto the music scene in 1935, the hoodlum from Hoboken went from the marketplace to the marquee. For six decades this musical rock of Gibraltar wooed audiences from Jersey to Japan, Connecticut to Cambodia. He was a living legend. But like most legends, Sinatra had an Achilles heel. While drugs, alcohol and cigarettes may be addictive, the spotlight is down right infectious, and when one has occupied the spotlight for decades, it is pretty much impossible to vacate it. Sinatra, even though a maverick of music, fell...
  • Hillary and Rudy could wrap it up this year

    02/07/2007 6:21:25 AM PST · by Blackirish · 64 replies · 1,564+ views
    The Hill ^ | 2/7/07 | Dick Morris
    The nominees for the 2008 presidential race will be selected in 2007. The tempo of the new political process, driven by 24-hour cable news, Internet bloggers, conservative talk radio, and liberal NPR is so rapid that the nomination race cannot exist in stasis waiting for Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and South Carolina to get around to holding their votes in early 2008. Well before they open their caucuses or polling places, this nomination, in each party, will have been decided by the national media coverage during 2007.
  • Rudy’s Dark Side (barf alert)

    02/06/2007 7:58:27 PM PST · by flixxx · 119 replies · 1,635+ views
    msnbc ^ | 2 6 07 | Jonathan Alter
    Feb. 6, 2007 - Over the last decade, I’ve seen both good Rudy and bad Rudy up close. The question for voters as he enters the presidential campaign is: which Rudy Giuliani will show up on the trail—and which Rudy would go to work in the White House? And if even a little of the bad Rudy is still around, does that make him temperamentally unsuited to the presidency?
  • Introducing Hannityspeak

    02/06/2007 2:00:28 PM PST · by EternalVigilance · 387 replies · 5,050+ views
    RenewAmerica.us ^ | February 6, 2007 | Helen Valois
    Orwellian euphemism is nothing new in the realm of contemporary American political discourse. Choice, translated by the left, refers to the chopping up of unborn children. Peaceful patriotism permits the trashing of our troops. Just now in a shocking scandal for adjectives everywhere, verbal authorities have booked articulate for bearing concealed racial overtones. We shouldn't, but we do get acclimated to this kind of rank pseudo-intellectualism after a while. What is jarring is to hear linguistic engineering of mind-bending magnitude coming not from the left, but from conservative commentators themselves. Monday night on Hannity and Colmes, RINO Rudi announced his...
  • James Lileks: Don't Underestimate Giuliani (And Newt still can't win!)

    02/06/2007 6:08:59 PM PST · by quidnunc · 331 replies · 4,301+ views
    The Newhouse News Service ^ | February 6, 2007 | James Lileks
    Rudy Giuliani is in. Suggested campaign slogan: "He dealt with Brooklyn. He can handle Baghdad.'' He's not a sure thing; he has enough baggage to fill the cargo hold of a cruise ship. His sundry personal-life issues bother social conservatives; the gun control stance dismays the Second Amendment wing of the party; the pro-choice opinions alarm the evangelicals. That leaves about 47 Republicans, right? After all, it's just a party of cousin-marrying yahoos who'd sooner shoot up Planned Parenthood than vote for one of those fish-on-Friday types. Right? No. Voters are more flexible and forgiving than you might expect. And...
  • LIVE THREAD: Rudy on H&C

    02/05/2007 6:00:44 PM PST · by Howlin · 1,393 replies · 15,505+ views
    On right now...
  • Achieving Socially Conservative Ideals Through Liberal Means: Making The Case for Rudy (2008)

    02/04/2007 11:08:45 AM PST · by Clintonfatigued · 280 replies · 2,488+ views
    Red State ^ | February 4, 2007 | D.M. Eaton
    For this reason, contrary to conventional wisdom, a victory by Rudy Giuliani would strengthen even the socially conservative agenda in the long run. As the new Fox Dynamics Poll shows, 65 percent of Americans would be “comfortable” with a Rudy Giuliani administration. Being comfortable is a major step in the right direction. Americans might actually listen to him when gives the State of the Union (without a teleprompter no less, as he usually speaks with note cards or does so extemporaneously). A Giuliani administration that would focus on fighting the Islamic Extremists, reducing the size and scope of government, handling...
  • First Lady of the Hamptons, Judith Giuliani (Come On In & Get to know Judy!)

    02/01/2007 12:52:29 PM PST · by Registered · 141 replies · 8,673+ views
    Hampton Style ^ | 7.04.06 | HamptonStyle
      Judith Giuliani is creating a rose garden at the Hamptons summer home she shares with her husband, Rudy Giuliani. And while there are many people on both sides of the aisle who hope this foreshadows a bid for the White House, Judith will say only: “I just love digging in the dirt; I am obsessed with gardening.”Of course it requires uninterrupted downtime, something that has become a rarity for the woman whose role has developed into one half of a power couple on the move. In the past four years, the pair has traveled to over 20 countries. This...
  • FOX News Poll: Voters Most Comfortable With Rudy Giuliani as President

    02/01/2007 2:30:56 PM PST · by Dark Skies · 633 replies · 8,577+ views
    FoxNews.com ^ | 2/1/2007 | Dana Blanton
    More voters say they would be comfortable with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani as president than other top 2008 contenders, though majorities would also be comfortable with other leaders from both parties, according to the latest FOX News Poll. In addition, of all the 2008 hopefuls — announced or frequently mentioned as a possibility — voters want to hear more from one candidate specifically: Illinois Sen. Barack Obama. Opinion Dynamics Corporation conducted the national telephone poll of 900 registered voters for FOX News from January 30 to January 31. The poll has a 3-point error margin.
  • Rudy Giuliani Throws Hat Into 2008 Presidential Ring

    02/01/2007 5:41:39 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 1,063 replies · 9,238+ views
    According to a source close to The Giuliani campaign, Rudy Giuliani is throwing his hat into the ring.  The Hinzsight Report confirms, through a source close to the Giuliani campaign, that he is presently sending people out into all 50 states to secure his name on the primary ballots. "Despite Mayor Giuliani's public cautiousness, this is evidence that he is seriously pursuing the Presidency in 2008, and he should be taken very seriously.  Critical state polls have shown Mayor Giuliani leading the pack, and it's about time that he start being considered what he is--the front-runner" a source tells...
  • New Yorkers Want Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani

    01/31/2007 7:42:57 PM PST · by ensignsj · 11 replies · 374+ views
    Rochester Pundit ^ | 1/31/2007 | Rochester Pundit
    I guess the results of this poll from Siena College shouldn't be surprising. In short, Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton have big leads among registered voters in our great state. Rudy Giuliani having a 47-20 lead over John McCain is to be expected.
  • Jim Nussle on Giuliani

    01/31/2007 5:38:15 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 266 replies · 2,426+ views
    Nussle on Giuliani   [Rich Lowry] Here’s a pro-Giuliani bit from Jim Nussle that I pass along for what it’s worth: Dear Rich, I wanted to share with conservatives why I'm supporting Mayor Giuliani.  As a proud and consistent conservative Republican, I want our Party and our ideas to have a voice.  Even more importantly, I want our Party and our ideas to achieve meaningful results. “Perfect” has become the enemy of the “good”, and we saw that borne out during this past November’s elections. I am hopeful that our Party will avoid needless debates over a non-existent perfect candidate. It...
  • Rudy's Star Power (Rudy's like Tancredo on immigration!)

    01/30/2007 3:15:39 PM PST · by RepublicanPOTUSin08 · 191 replies · 2,479+ views
    National Review Online ^ | 1/30/2007 | Kathryn Jean Lopez
    A friend of mine was at a fundraiser for Rudy Giuliani in Los Angeles last night. His walkaway thought: “[Rudy] might have a tough time in the primary but he will crush in the general.” Said friend says of last night: “I have to tell you the man is very impressive. When he talks about the war on terror he does so more clearly than anyone I have heard including the President. He doesn't bash the President ever and this was LA where he could really get away with it.” Rudy did an immigration bit that was “to the right...