Sunday, January 07, 2007

Presidential Candidate Who Married His Cousin is from NY City, NOT Arkansas

Guiliani (in drag)- does his family tree look too much like a telephone pole?

Arkansas has been unfairly stereotyped as backwards and inbred by east coast elitists. Now we are in first stages of the GOP Presidential primary, and there is a candidate who actually was once married to his own cousin. But it is not the Governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee. Rather, we now learn that the Mayor of New York, Rudy Guliani, was once married to his 2nd cousin Regina. That marriage ended, as did his next marriage after some very public cheating. Guliani's escapades threaten to end his presidential hopes, according to a report put out by his own campaign that was leaked to the media.

My, I should hope so. If all that doesn't disqualify him, his leftist politics should. The man is supposed to be a "top tier" candidate! Is that the best they can do? There is not a keeper in the the three major choices that the media is trying to pick for us: Guiliani, John McCain, and Mitt Romney of Massachusetts. Of course, I don't let the liberal media pick my candidates for me- maybe I lose a lot like that, but at least I don't vote for guys who were married to their cousins! So far darkhorse Congressman Duncan Hunter looks like the best of the bunch.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh boy- has mud-slinging season started already? I've not even recovered from the last election!

8:21 AM, January 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yo you got the wrong pic up.Rudy Giuliani in drag at world net daily:

11:40 AM, January 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mud slinging? Can you not even admit that you don't want a guy who married his cousin with his finger on the nuclear button?

2:36 PM, January 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't want that liberal elected, period. It wouldn't matter to me if he married Princes Leia. But this is definitely mud slinging.

7:40 PM, January 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is the difference between "mudslinging" and telling something about a candidate that gives you a siren not to vote for him? Suppose a candidate was a cannibal in his youth, is it "mudslinging" to say that? Do voters have a right to know it before they vote?

5:59 AM, January 09, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are any of these Canidate running from the Constitution Party?

6:39 AM, January 09, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No. Does that matter?

1:16 PM, January 09, 2007  

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