Oct 28, 2004

I like the guy, but... 

Maybe he should just shut the hell up till about... m'say... next week.
In a morning television appearance, Giuliani criticized Democrat John Kerry for blaming President Bush for the disappearance of hundreds of tons of explosives in Iraq.

''No matter how you try to blame it on the president, the actual responsibility for it really would be for the troops that were there. Did they search carefully enough? Didn't they search carefully enough?'' he said on NBC's ''Today'' show.

Uncool. I know what you're trying to say there, Rudy (at least I think I do) but you just made it sound like the soldiers screwed it away. What you NEED to do is play up the freakin' truth: the stuff was gone when we got there.
Members of our 3rd Infantry Division — the heroes who led the march to Baghdad — reached the site in question in early April. Despite the pressures of combat, they combed the dump. Nothing was found. Al-Qaqaa was a vast junkyard.
Rudy, at this point there's no such thing as an "undecided voter." You're not really having an effect one way or the other, so go have a seat, pull the loafer out of your throat and just be glad you don't have any shoelaces to wrap around your tonsils.

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