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By The Reverend Published: November 30, 2007


Rudy Giuliani is the GOP presidential frontrunner. I'm not sure how much longer he will hold that position, but right now, it is what it is. Finally challenged by tough questions in the last several days, Mr. Authoritarian demonstrates what a Rudy presidency would look like.....

From NBC/NJ's Matthew E. Berger
OKATIE, SC -- Giuliani refused to take questions here today about allegations that travel expenses were picked up by obscure city offices when he was mayor of New York City.

“We’ve already explained it,” he said, walking past reporters after a town hall meeting.

Giuliani, who is normally friendly to reporters, bristled past them, and campaign staffers were unusually physical in keeping the press away. Several campaign aides told campaign reporters to return to the press area, and some of his security detail manhandled reporters. On other occasions, reporters have been free to video Giuliani as he is shaking hands and signing autographs after events, and he often informally takes questions from reporters. Link

Rudy Giuliani is a punk-ass little man, just like George W. Bush. He thinks that when he orders his posse to behave like thugs, that somehow that transforms the little Rudy into a tough guy. In the very same way that ordering the military to kill Muslims, Georgie thought that, somehow, he was transformed into a tough guy.

The truth of the matter is that both of these men are punk-ass, little men, narcississtically enamored with their own fabricated images.

There is some good news here. As a nation we're making progress in the national punk-ass awareness problem.

Why would I say that?

Junior didn't allow us to see his phony punk-assness, at least in it's fullness, until it was too late. Karl Rove's illusion-making machine, most probably, making all the difference. Rudy has outed himself for the true punk-ass that he is....a full year before the election.

Long live the blogosphere.



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