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9th Nov, 2007 - 6:39am / Post ID: #

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Seems like a lot of speculation, but if there is any truth to it, Rudy's gonna look really bad. This will be interesting to watch unfold.

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9th Nov, 2007 - 9:30am / Post ID: #

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Yes...tons of speculation, but in a presidential campaign many others have been sunk purely under the suspicion of impropriety. With the way the media feeds off this stuff, this could easily be Rudy's Swift Boat! I still cannot help but remember how he sort of dragged his feet to make his announcement that he is running for the job...just made me think he had to resolve something or come to grips with something that might come out.

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Indictment, Lawsuit Cloud Presidential Hopes of Ex-New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani

With the Iowa caucuses 50 days away, more questions about Giuliani's past have emerged in recent days that could threaten his candidacy. On Friday his personal friend and business partner Bernard Kerik was indicted on 16 counts of federal corruption charges including bribery and tax fraud. On Tuesday it was revealed that one of Kerik's former lovers, Judith Regan, had sued Rupert Murdoch's News Corp and accused the company of pressuring her to commit perjury in order to protect Giuliani's presidential ambition. We speak to investigative reporter and Village Voice senior editor Wayne Barrett, author of two books on Giuliani.

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Rudy Giuliani's Abortion Moderation Betrays Old Views Activist Says

Washington, DC ( -- A leading pro-abortion activist says Rudy Giuliani's attempt to moderate his pro-abortion views during the Republican presidential contest is a betrayal of his hard-core position backing abortion when he was New York City's mayor. As the mayor of the largest city in the nation, Giuliani could be counted on to support abortion. He supported taxpayer funding of abortions, gave a donation to Planned Parenthood, and repeatedly spoke in opposition to pro-life laws. Giuliani appointed Kelli Conlin to the city's Human Rights Commission, an irony not lost on pro-life advocates. Conlin, the head of NARAL's affiliate in New York, told CNN in an interview that Rudy's attempt to moderate his pro-abortion views for Republican voters, most of whom are pro-life, is a betrayal of his mayoral record. "He never seemed to have a struggle with the issue as mayor," she said. "He was very proudly pro-choice."

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Rudy Giuliani Will Not Win Republican Nomination, Abortion Main Reason

by Steven Ertelt
The race for the Republican nomination for president is up in the air and plausible scenarios exist whereby several candidates have a realistic shot at receiving the GOP nod. While the former New York City mayor is one of those candidates, I'm willing to go out on a limb and make a bold prediction: Rudy Giuliani will not be the Republican nominee. Perhaps I'm emboldened by my own success in accurately predicting the exact electoral vote of the 2004 presidential race or, as detractors may say, perhaps I'm guilty of some wishful thinking. Let's look at the past, present and future of Republican presidential contests and see why Giuliani will not represent the GOP next November. Rudy Giuliani is going against the grain in trying to capture the Republican nod while laying out a position solidly in favor of legalized abortion. Giuliani has dropped to fourth or lower in Iowa and has been trailing Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney for weeks. The former mayor hopes to hold on to New Hampshire and use a win there to keep him in the mix. But polls are showing Giuliani now trailing there as well.

30th Jan, 2008 - 11:24pm / Post ID: #

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Well, that's the end of that. I did not expect him to win, he had too many discrepancies in his background.

Rudy Giuliani says he is ending his bid for GOP presidential nomination, endorsing Sen. John McCain.

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31st Jan, 2008 - 6:01am / Post ID: #

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These (Thompson and Guiliani) campaigns have been some of the strangest efforts I have seen in a presidential election. If you aren't going to actually try to get the nomination, why go through the painful motions to get your name in the race. I honestly think that skeletons in the closet were tempering Guiliani's campaigning.

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Post Date: 8th Jan, 2011 - 1:26am / Post ID: #

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Pro-Abortion Rudy Giuliani Denies a White House Run

Although pro-life Repbulican voters rejected the pro-abortion but otherwise well-regarded New York City mayor for the GOP nomination in 2008, Rudy Giuliani is reportedly considering a second run.
CBS news indicates sources close to the former mayor say he is talking to political advisors about another campaign for the Republican nomination, this time to take on pro-abortion President Barack Obama.

Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign won him just one delegate, as he failed to resonate either in conservative Iowa or South Carolina or more moderate New Hampshire. Although he was seen as leading the polls as late as the end of 2007, Giuliani fizzled when the pro-life Republican voters who dominate primary and caucus campaigns showed up to the polls.

The New York Post initially reported the news on Friday morning and Giuliani reportedly believes a GOP campaign filled with conservative candidates like Sarah Palin, Mike Huckbee and others would dillute the conservative vote and give him an opportunity to come away with the nomination.

The Post indicates Giuliani will be in New Hampshire next month to meet with Granite State voters, but the former mayor said he had nothing presidential in mind.

"So far I haven't found any political advisors to round up," Giuliani said in an apperance on MSNBC on Friday morning, adding, "of course I keep [running] in the back of my mind." Ref. Source 3

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