If Rudy Giuliani is the Republican presidential nominee, I will follow James Dobson and walk away from the Republican Party rather than vote for a promise breaking, serial philandering, pro-gay rights, pro-abortion rights, anti-gun liberal who happened to be at the right place at the right time on 9-11.
If my vote for a third party candidate or not casting a vote for president helps elect Hillary or another liberal Democrat, so be it!
Yes, I fear President Rudy Giuliani far more than I fear President Hillary Rodham Clinton and here’s why: There isn’t a dimes worth of difference, politically, between the two and a liberal Republican will do far more damage to the country in four years than a liberal Democrat. Republicans will fight the liberal policies of a Democrat president. However, most will roll over and play dead before they will stand up to one of their own.
When Rudy Giuliani begins “cooperating” with liberal Democrats to advance his agenda, who will sound the alarm to alert the American people?
The warning will not come from the mainstream media and it likely will not come from conservative groups in Washington. If a liberal Republican is elected, most will be tempted to hold their fire – least they loose what influence they think they have – until it is too late.
We have seen this happen time and again. Ask yourself, “Why has government spending increased much more rapidly under Republican presidents than under Democrat presidents when Republicans are supposed to be about smaller government?”
Why did gay rights advance much more rapidly under George W. Bush than they did under Bill Clinton?
Why did conservatives wait so long before finally sounding the alarm on the amnesty bill and the Law of the Sea Treaty?
Bush, who leans conservative, has a few liberal tendencies but Giuliani is a liberal with a few conservative tendencies – very few. In 1988, Rudy’s mother, Helen, said,
He only became a Republican after he began to get all these jobs from them. He’s definitely not a conservative Republican.
As for his record as a fiscal conservative, it’s overblown. It turns out that many of the tax cuts Giuliani is bragging about were instigated by Republican Governor George Pataki and the state legislature. In 1994, he openly opposed the candidacy of Pataki’ and his proposal to cut the state income tax rate, in favor of liberal Democrat Mario Cuomo.
Giuliani, takes credit for a drop in crime in New York City. However, a nationwide trend had begun before Giuliani took office and the man he appointed police commissioner, Bernard Kerik, pled guilty to ethics charges and is now facing a 16-count federal indictment.
On abortion, Rudy Giuliani replaced the old seven word dodge,
I am personally opposed to abortion but…
with a new six word dodge,
I will appoint strict constructionist judges.
That was a signal to conservatives that he would appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn the abortion decision Roe v. Wade.
A strict constructionist judge is one who tries to accurately interpret the Constitution. He or she doesn’t try to change the law by finding something lurking around in the shadows of the Constitution the way the 1973 court did when it made abortion-on-demand the law of the land.
Now, it seems that overturning Roe wasn’t what Rudy had it mind. When pressed on the subject, Giuliani said that a strict constructionist
can look at it (Roe) and say, it has been the law for this period of time, therefore we can respect the precedent.
That’s Rudy’s definition of “strict constructionist.”
Sounds a lot like Bill Clinton doesn’t he?
It all depends on what the definition of ‘is’ is.
Yes, a lot of conservatives think they can trust Rudy Giuliani. No doubt his first two wives and his press secretary, with whom he reportedly was having an affair between wives two and three, thought they could trust him as well.
Rudy not only has trouble with definitions and fidelity, he has trouble with genealogy as well. It took him 14 years of marriage to discover that his first wife, Regina Peruggi, was really his second cousin, not his third cousin. That’s how he talked the Catholic Church into giving him an annulment when he decided to marry Donna Hanover.
According to The New York Times and the New York Daily News, Giuliani is estranged from his son Andrew and his daughter Caroline for missing major events in their lives, such as graduations.
Conservatives get real! If he wasn’t true to his wives and wasn’t there for his children, do you honestly think he will be there for you?