Friday, September 28, 2007
NY Post | John Podhoretz
WEDNESDAY brought two key developments in the 2008 race for the White House. Together, they make it increasingly likely we're finally going to see that Hillary-vs.-Rudy match-up we were denied in New York's 2000 Senate race.
Monday, September 24, 2007
Daily Mail | Don Surber
“We will not allow a nuclear Iran. Period. We will work with our allies and use every tool at our disposal to stop Iran from becoming a nuclear power. That is not a threat. It’s a promise. Iran is the leading state-sponsor of terrorism, the host of Bin Laden’s son and other top al-Qaeda leaders, and the supplier of weapons being used to kill American soldiers in Iraq. His promises to destroy America and Israel should not, can not, and will not be ignored.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Rudy Giuliani tried to burnish his conservative credentials on a trip to Britain today, visting Gordon Brown at 10 Downing Street before meeting with Margaret Thatcher at a planned event in her honour this evening.
Thatcher advisors join Team Rudy
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign is up with a radio ad in Iowa claming he is liberals’ “worst nightmare” — an effort to get early voters to think ahead to November when they caucus in January.
The spot, called “Nightmare,” shows that last week’s MoveOn.org ad bashing Army Gen. David Petraeus is the gift that keeps on giving for Republicans.
Friday, September 14, 2007
NEW YORK — A majority of Americans say they would feel more comfortable with Rudy Giuliani in the White House than Hillary Clinton if another terrorist attack were to happen in the United States, according to a new FOX News poll.
When compared to other top Republican candidates, more voters see Giuliani as hardworking and as a strong leader, while Clinton leads the Democratic field for not only having the right experience, but also being able to bring about change — as well as doing whatever it takes to win. Views are divided on whether it’s appropriate for Oprah Winfrey to use her celebrity status to encourage support of Barack Obama.
September 14, 2007
BY STEVE HUNTLEY
The latest issue of the New York Times Magazine begins a political profile of Rudy Giuliani by listing half a dozen reasons "a lot of political prognosticators" believe he "will never be the Republican nominee for president, no matter what the polls say." Prominent among those reasons was his moderate position on social issues, thought to be anathema to conservatives.
The same day that article appeared, one of Washington's prominent prognosticators, Cokie Roberts of ABC News' "This Week with George Stephanopoulos," reacted to a Gallup Poll showing 69 percent of religious Republican evangelicals see Giuliani as an acceptable nominee with this outburst: "I just -- I mean, I just can't believe that those voters are going to go for Rudy Giuliani."
read::: Chicago Sun-Times
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani criticized Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton in a full-page ad in Friday's New York Times, accusing her of attacking Iraq war commander Gen. David Petraeus' character.
The ad paid for by the Giuliani's campaign attempts to link Clinton to another ad, paid for by MoveOn.org, a liberal anti-war group, that ran in the Times on Monday. The MoveOn ad accused Petraeus of "cooking the books" on the Iraq war and played off his name, asking, "General Petraeus or General Betray Us?"
read::: FoxNews article
the Wakeup America blog
Monday, September 10, 2007
CBS 2 CHICAGO | AP
(AP) DES PLAINES, Ill. -- Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani picked up a key endorsement Thursday in Illinois, getting the backing of former GOP Gov. Jim Thompson, a former federal prosecutor who ruled the state for 14 years.
Giuliani will appeal to Illinois voters because of his "commonsense solutions for problems and issues facing Americans in this dangerous decade," Thompson said.
Illinois has a track record of electing moderate Republicans like Thompson to statewide offices, and Giuliani is known for his moderate-to-liberal views on some issues.
Thursday, September 06, 2007
T. Boone Pickens
Southwest Finance Chairman
John and Cheryl Clerico
Tulsa Finance Chairmen
National Chair/ Women for Rudy
C. Renzi Stone
Southwest Finance Chair/ Rudy's All-American Team
John and Gloria Blessing
Paul and Brenda Brothers
Charles and Evelyn Harmon
H.G. Buddy Kleemeier
Mrs. Ray Siegfried
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"I'm the nominee who can make this a 50-state campaign," he told a crowd packed into a corner cafe on Thursday. "If one of my opponents gets nominated, we will be back to a 20- or 25-state campaign."
The Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee today announced that Ron Silver is supporting Mayor Rudy Giuliani for President. As an advisor to the Mayor’s campaign, Silver will help promote the Mayor’s 12 Commitments to the American People and aid the effort to continue growing strong support across the country for Mayor Giuliani.
Silver, a veteran actor, is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and on the Board of Directors for the United States Institute of Peace.