Rudy Giuliani vs. Ron Paul

by Infidelesto on May 16, 2007 · 4 comments

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It’s about time this guy (Ron Paul) gets exposed. How can he even be a nominee? He doesn’t represent the GOP, and his views are obviously out of touch with reality. I’m glad Giuliani put him in his place.

via LGF

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  • Cappy

    Had the misfortune to run into some of the fossils at a local Town Hall meeting. Ronbo needs to go to the Dems. Rudy bitchslapped him righteously!

  • bbartlog

    Funny you all get so worked up about an anti-war Republican, as if war were traditionally a conservative litmus test. If anyone is out of touch with the Republican base, it would be gay-loving, pro-choice, anti-gun, pro-immigration Giuliani. Now why is *he* up on that stage?

  • Sistainfidel

    Being pro-war hasn’t had to be part of the conservative litmus test before, because no one who is anti-war/blame America first has ever been stupid enough to run for President. That’s how far off the reservation this guy is.

    What’s wrong with being gay loving? I can be against gay marriage and still love gays. Besides, Giuliani can’t be that out of touch if he’s been leading the GOP Presidential polls for months.

  • Christopher Ozar

    Put Ron Paul in his place? Apparently facts are just too crazy for you people. You honestly think terrorists attack us for no reason? You are completely retarded if this is the case. Our foreign policy is the reason for the attacks. We have been pissing off middle easter people for years and it was bound to come back and bite us in the ass, its called blow back. If someone pushes you enough, you are going to fight back. Ron used facts and Giullani just talked about 9/11 again and did not give any evidence for his reasoning. Unfortunately most Americans seem to be stupid enough to take that as fact. These our sad times for our country but the Ron Paul movement is working, it about time truth and honesty were associated with politics.