Saturday, January 26, 2008
Moves to Fore in Florida
By VALERIE BAUERLEIN
January 26, 2008; Page A6
As Florida's Republican primary nears, an issue of acute local interest -- whether the federal government should help insure homeowners on the hurricane-battered coast -- has taken center stage.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who has slipped in polls after betting his prospects on a strong showing in Florida, is bidding for votes by touting the idea in campaign appearances and in a new ad. At Thursday's GOP debate in Boca Raton, he pressed Arizona Sen. John McCain and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to back such insurance.
Thursday, January 17, 2008
Florida Republican Presidential Primary Result
InsiderAdvantage/Majority Opinion Survey Conducted for the Florida Chamber of Commerce January 15-16
446 registered voters likely to vote in Tuesday Jan. 29 primary. Weighted for age, race, gender, and party affiliation. Marin of error +/4.5%.
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Rudy Giuliani eyes campaign resurrection in Fla.
Giuliani isn't swaying them in Florida
Giuliani Says He's an Agent of Change
Rudy Giuliani Rallies Voters In Jacksonville
Republican White House hopeful Rudy Giuliani was a no-show in Michigan Tuesday because he was busy making a stop in Jacksonville.
Giuliani says he's not worried by poll showing McCain lead in NJ
New polls question Giuliani Florida strategy
Florida could be Giuliani's Waterloo
Toronto Star, Canada
As people walked into a seniors centre for a weekend speech by Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, guys with bulging biceps in dark blue Fire .
New California poll bad news for Giuliani
Giuliani Bus Tour Rolls Through Area
Giuliani drops in Fla. poll
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Thursday, January 03, 2008
Reuters via Yahoo News | Mark Egan
WOLFEBORO, New Hampshire (Reuters) - Republican presidential contender Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday called for doubling U.S. combat troops in Afghanistan as part of a broader military expansion.
"One of the things we should do ... immediately, we should double the number of our troops, our American-led combat troops in Afghanistan," the former New York mayor said in a speech at a World War II museum.
Thursday, December 20, 2007
letter to David Frum's Diary
Here's why I support Giuliani, and it has nothing to do with his response to September 11:
Rudy Giuliani eliminated street crime in New York City. The conventional wisdom said it couldn't be done, and the reasons are suspiciously similar to what the same bloviators say about the war against Islamofascism today:
Read>>> David Frum's Diary
Giuliani's Pollster Says He's Still Very Much in the Race
By Michael D. Shear
Ed Goeas wants everyone to know that Rudy Giuliani is doing just fine.
With the former mayor suffering from flu symptoms so severe he spent Wednesday night in a St. Louis, Missouri, hospital, Goeas, Giuliani's pollster, reassured reporters Wednesday that the former New York mayor is still very much in the Republican presidential race.Read>>> Washington Post blog
By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Doctors gave Republican Rudy Giuliani the all clear to go home to New York City after the presidential candidate spent the night in a St. Louis hospital with flu-like symptoms, his campaign said Thursday.
Read>>> AP story
Monday, December 17, 2007
USA Today/Time | BLAKE DVORAK
Giuliani 27 (+2 vs. 12/02 poll)
Huckabee 16 (nc)
Romney 14 (+2)
McCain 14 (-1)
Thompson 14 (-1)
Paul 3 (-1)
By BRENDAN FARRINGTON
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani's "bold" vision for the nation sounded a lot like the same ideas he's been talking about for months, but delivered in a new package Saturday.
Giuliani's address before about 200 people was billed by his campaign as a new speech that shows the former New York mayor's bold vision for the future of the country.
But the 30-plus minute speech hit on similar themes: a little Hillary Rodham Clinton bashing, some reflections on the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a call to make energy independence as big a priority as landing on the moon was in the 1960s, and the need to fight terrorism so the United States can be safe and do more business in the Middle East.