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Fmr. Giuliani staffer wants to separate himself MSNBC

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Addicting Info Former Staffer Calls Out Giuliani You Have Lost The Right To Call Yourself America s Mayor VIDEO

Abandoned by the party, even his former staffers appear to be distancing themselves.

Mike Paul was once EVP of communications for Giuliani, but he had nothing nice to say about his boss in an interview on MSNBC’s Hardball.

Speaking with Steve Kornacki, he called Giuliani’s ugly rhetoric an “abomination.” Furthermore, Paul felt that these comments attacking the sitting president of the United States, along with much of Giuliani’s actions in the decade since 9/11, meant that he can no longer claim to be “America’s mayor” – rather he only represents a fringe group of conservative extremists.

Wayne Barrett What Rudy Giuliani knows about love - NY Daily News

Rudy Giuliani knows a lot about love.

Ask Regina Peruggi, the second cousin he grew up with and married, who was "offended" when Rudy later engineered an annulment from the priest who was his best man on the grounds, strangely enough, that she was his cousin. Or ask Donna Hanover, the mother of his two children, who found out he wanted a separation when he left Gracie Mansion one morning and announced it at a televised press conference.

Or ask Judi Nathan, his third wife, whom he started dating while still married to Hanover and New York mayor. In two SUVs, he and an entourage of six or seven cops traveled 11 times to Judi's Hamptons getaway at a taxpayer cost of $3,000 a trip. That's love...

Yes, she was his second cousin.


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The onetime presidential candidate also revealed at the party that Obama "doesn't love America," an echo of a speech he'd delivered to delirious cheers in Arizona a week earlier when he declared: "I would go anywhere, any place, anytime, and I wouldn't give a damn what the President of the United States said, to defend my country. That's a patriot. That's a man who loves his people. That's a man who fights for his people. Unlike our President."

Rudy may have forgotten the half-dozen deferments he won ducking the Vietnam War, even getting the federal judge he was clerking for to write a letter creating a special exemption for him. And remember Bernie Kerik? He's the Giuliani police commissioner, business partner and sidekick whose nomination as homeland security secretary narrowly preceded indictments. He then did his national service in prison.

Giuliani went so far as to rebuke the President for not being "brought up the way you were and the way I was brought up through love of this country," a bow no doubt to the parenting prowess of Harold Giuliani, who did time in Sing Sing for holding up a Harlem milkman and was the bat-wielding enforcer for the loan-sharking operation run out of a Brooklyn bar owned by Rudy's uncle.

Though Rudy cited Harold throughout his public life as his model (without revealing any of his history), he and five Rudy uncles found ways to avoid service in World War II. Harold, whose robbery conviction was in the name of an alias, made sure the draft board knew he was a felon...

...Rudy also said Obama is "more of a critic than he is a supporter of America," an odd admonition coming from a security salesman who told a Tijuana audience of consulting clients in October: "America needs to stop lecturing other countries and start working on how to stop drug use in its citizens," shifting the onus for the Mexican drug trade onto us. He's a consultant in Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, the very countries where right-wing governments, traffickers and/or gangs are driving children and teenagers across the U.S. border.

He was a consultant for the government of Qatar, the country his friend and FBI director Louis Freeh accused of hiding 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed before the attack. That's the ultimate triumph of money over memory, since he's still talking, as recently as a week ago, about the 10 friends and 343 firefighters he lost on 9/11.

While Giuliani finds Obama's rhetoric insufficiently pro-American, his 2012 RNC speech was filled with catchphrases like Obama's "a complete and absolute failure," and he just branded the President "a moron" in his Arizona invocation of Neville Chamberlain at Munich, all of it presumably a new form of nationalist celebration. In 2012, Rudy even blasted Obama, without a glance in the mirror, for "attempting to exploit" the killing of Osama Bin Laden, calling it "disgusting."

Oh, and here's the admission form for his father to Sing-Sing:




It's so bad that even Newsmax (a right wing rag) is also ripping Giuliani:

As Giuliani Stands by Obama Claim Others Warn of Stupid Slurs

Giuliani's comments left Scarborough wondering if the nation is "really going to go through another cycle where Republican candidates are too stupid to get out of the way of the stupidest people in their party, that keep them from winning presidential elections by spewing hatred, instead of telling people how they're going to get back to work," he said.


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So, let me get this straight:

this man, Rudy Giuliani, who has been married three times, once to a cousin, once having announced his upcoming divorce to his second wife on TV without having even informed her, while already dating his future third wife - is attacking our President. So much for Republican "family values". Imagine how the Right were to scream were our President to have three different wives and have divorced the second the way Giuliani did. Here's some more as to how nasty his divorce was. I'm beginning to think that Rudy Giuliani and Newt Gingrich both went to the same school of "family values".

And this man, Rudy Giuliani, whose father (and some of Rudy's uncles as well) was a felon, for 3rd degree robbery, also using a false name - is attacking the way that Obama was brought up.

And this man, Rudy Giuliani, who has deep ties to both Mexico and Quatar (the country accused of mastermining the 911 attacks) - and he questions President Obama's patriotism, love for and loyalty to our country.

The man is a true asshole. I kind of wish he were to become the 2016 GOP nominee, for Hillary would tear him apart, as in, 60-40 tear-up.

It is no wonder that the vast majority of the Republican Party is running away from Rudy Giuliani, for he has crossed a line that no one should cross.
 

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Lol. It must eat you up inside that someone actually criticized Obama. You have to delve into his love life, and his father's prison record (as if it made Rudy guilty for any of it) for your argument. Face it. He's right. Obama does not love America, else he wouldn't want to 'fundamentally transform' it. Too many people like you are blind to the fact.
 

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The man is a true asshole. I kind of wish he were to become the 2016 GOP nominee, for Hillary would tear him apart, as in, 60-40 tear-up.
Hillary has her husband to deal with. He's threatening to derail her entire campaign with his sexual antics. Your overconfidence is your undoing.
 
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Lol. It must eat you up inside that someone actually criticized Obama. You have to delve into his love life, and his father's prison record (as if it made Rudy guilty for any of it) for your argument. Face it. He's right. Obama does not love America, else he wouldn't want to 'fundamentally transform' it. Too many people like you are blind to the fact.

This thread is not about me. It is about people, many of them Republicans, who are criticizing Rudy Giuliani for his stupidity.

You do understand that, right?
 

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yeah, and probably many more people are cheering for him

so what's you point here Obot?
 

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I think history will remember Giuliani as a tragic figure. Here's a guy who has squandered all the "goodwill capital" he inherited through the good times of the 90's and the investments that were made in New York city and during the trying days and weeks after 9/11.

His comments this past week make him look like an angry, bitter old man. The backlash against him is far and wide, including people who've worked for him now who are disassociating with him.

The lesson here of course is that "people who live in glass houses should not throw stones".

He's now a laughing stock because on top of knowing already that he was a draft dodger in the 60's, we've found out that his father and 5 uncles all committed crimes in order to skip having to serve in WWII.

Obama's grandfather served.

The Giuliani lineage is one of cowards.

It has since hurt him since 9/11 that he made the boneheaded decision to put the city's emergency command center IN the Trade Towers. It was impressed upon him by anyone with brains that it should have been put ANYWHERE else but there, but no, Giuliani ignored the experts.

We all thought he was being brave by walking the streets, but later realized it was because he had no headquarters to go to.

Too bad. He coulda been a contendah.
 

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I think history will remember Giuliani as a tragic figure. Here's a guy who has squandered all the "goodwill capital" he inherited through the good times of the 90's and the investments that were made in New York city and during the trying days and weeks after 9/11.

His comments this past week make him look like an angry, bitter old man. The backlash against him is far and wide, including people who've worked for him now who are disassociating with him.

The lesson here of course is that "people who live in glass houses should not throw stones".

He's now a laughing stock because on top of knowing already that he was a draft dodger in the 60's, we've found out that his father and 5 uncles all committed crimes in order to skip having to serve in WWII.

Obama's grandfather served.

The Giuliani lineage is one of cowards.

It has since hurt him since 9/11 that he made the boneheaded decision to put the city's emergency command center IN the Trade Towers. It was impressed upon him by anyone with brains that it should have been put ANYWHERE else but there, but no, Giuliani ignored the experts.

We all thought he was being brave by walking the streets, but later realized it was because he had no headquarters to go to.

Too bad. He coulda been a contendah.
and you call him angry and bitter. good gawd go smell some roses
 

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About time that Il Duce Giuliani made himself too toxic to be accepted by even the most contemptuous neocon. The asshole was untouchable after 9/11 and he has been riding that dead horse ever since.
 

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About time that Il Duce Giuliani made himself too toxic to be accepted by even the most contemptuous neocon. The asshole was untouchable after 9/11 and he has been riding that dead horse ever since.
Why the talk of anals and assholes all of the sudden?
 

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Fmr. Giuliani staffer wants to separate himself MSNBC

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Addicting Info Former Staffer Calls Out Giuliani You Have Lost The Right To Call Yourself America s Mayor VIDEO

Abandoned by the party, even his former staffers appear to be distancing themselves.

Mike Paul was once EVP of communications for Giuliani, but he had nothing nice to say about his boss in an interview on MSNBC’s Hardball.

Speaking with Steve Kornacki, he called Giuliani’s ugly rhetoric an “abomination.” Furthermore, Paul felt that these comments attacking the sitting president of the United States, along with much of Giuliani’s actions in the decade since 9/11, meant that he can no longer claim to be “America’s mayor” – rather he only represents a fringe group of conservative extremists.

Wayne Barrett What Rudy Giuliani knows about love - NY Daily News

Rudy Giuliani knows a lot about love.

Ask Regina Peruggi, the second cousin he grew up with and married, who was "offended" when Rudy later engineered an annulment from the priest who was his best man on the grounds, strangely enough, that she was his cousin. Or ask Donna Hanover, the mother of his two children, who found out he wanted a separation when he left Gracie Mansion one morning and announced it at a televised press conference.

Or ask Judi Nathan, his third wife, whom he started dating while still married to Hanover and New York mayor. In two SUVs, he and an entourage of six or seven cops traveled 11 times to Judi's Hamptons getaway at a taxpayer cost of $3,000 a trip. That's love...

Yes, she was his second cousin.


More from the above link:

The onetime presidential candidate also revealed at the party that Obama "doesn't love America," an echo of a speech he'd delivered to delirious cheers in Arizona a week earlier when he declared: "I would go anywhere, any place, anytime, and I wouldn't give a damn what the President of the United States said, to defend my country. That's a patriot. That's a man who loves his people. That's a man who fights for his people. Unlike our President."

Rudy may have forgotten the half-dozen deferments he won ducking the Vietnam War, even getting the federal judge he was clerking for to write a letter creating a special exemption for him. And remember Bernie Kerik? He's the Giuliani police commissioner, business partner and sidekick whose nomination as homeland security secretary narrowly preceded indictments. He then did his national service in prison.

Giuliani went so far as to rebuke the President for not being "brought up the way you were and the way I was brought up through love of this country," a bow no doubt to the parenting prowess of Harold Giuliani, who did time in Sing Sing for holding up a Harlem milkman and was the bat-wielding enforcer for the loan-sharking operation run out of a Brooklyn bar owned by Rudy's uncle.

Though Rudy cited Harold throughout his public life as his model (without revealing any of his history), he and five Rudy uncles found ways to avoid service in World War II. Harold, whose robbery conviction was in the name of an alias, made sure the draft board knew he was a felon...

...Rudy also said Obama is "more of a critic than he is a supporter of America," an odd admonition coming from a security salesman who told a Tijuana audience of consulting clients in October: "America needs to stop lecturing other countries and start working on how to stop drug use in its citizens," shifting the onus for the Mexican drug trade onto us. He's a consultant in Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, the very countries where right-wing governments, traffickers and/or gangs are driving children and teenagers across the U.S. border.

He was a consultant for the government of Qatar, the country his friend and FBI director Louis Freeh accused of hiding 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed before the attack. That's the ultimate triumph of money over memory, since he's still talking, as recently as a week ago, about the 10 friends and 343 firefighters he lost on 9/11.

While Giuliani finds Obama's rhetoric insufficiently pro-American, his 2012 RNC speech was filled with catchphrases like Obama's "a complete and absolute failure," and he just branded the President "a moron" in his Arizona invocation of Neville Chamberlain at Munich, all of it presumably a new form of nationalist celebration. In 2012, Rudy even blasted Obama, without a glance in the mirror, for "attempting to exploit" the killing of Osama Bin Laden, calling it "disgusting."

Oh, and here's the admission form for his father to Sing-Sing:




It's so bad that even Newsmax (a right wing rag) is also ripping Giuliani:

As Giuliani Stands by Obama Claim Others Warn of Stupid Slurs

Giuliani's comments left Scarborough wondering if the nation is "really going to go through another cycle where Republican candidates are too stupid to get out of the way of the stupidest people in their party, that keep them from winning presidential elections by spewing hatred, instead of telling people how they're going to get back to work," he said.


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So, let me get this straight:

this man, Rudy Giuliani, who has been married three times, once to a cousin, once having announced his upcoming divorce to his second wife on TV without having even informed her, while already dating his future third wife - is attacking our President. So much for Republican "family values". Imagine how the Right were to scream were our President to have three different wives and have divorced the second the way Giuliani did. Here's some more as to how nasty his divorce was. I'm beginning to think that Rudy Giuliani and Newt Gingrich both went to the same school of "family values".

And this man, Rudy Giuliani, whose father (and some of Rudy's uncles as well) was a felon, for 3rd degree robbery, also using a false name - is attacking the way that Obama was brought up.

And this man, Rudy Giuliani, who has deep ties to both Mexico and Quatar (the country accused of mastermining the 911 attacks) - and he questions President Obama's patriotism, love for and loyalty to our country.

The man is a true asshole. I kind of wish he were to become the 2016 GOP nominee, for Hillary would tear him apart, as in, 60-40 tear-up.

It is no wonder that the vast majority of the Republican Party is running away from Rudy Giuliani, for he has crossed a line that no one should cross.
More personal attacks on Giulliani rather than any attempt to prove what he said to be wrong. He obviously hit the nail right on the head.
 

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He's like a child saying to his sibling in a fit of pique, "you don't love Mommy!"

Amazing to me that anyone defends the childish Rudy.
 

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He's like a child saying to his sibling in a fit of pique, "you don't love Mommy!"

Amazing to me that anyone defends the childish Rudy.
It bears no resemblance to that.

You're a moron.
 

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Lol. It must eat you up inside that someone actually criticized Obama. You have to delve into his love life, and his father's prison record (as if it made Rudy guilty for any of it) for your argument. Face it. He's right. Obama does not love America, else he wouldn't want to 'fundamentally transform' it. Too many people like you are blind to the fact.
So when your loved ones tell you to lose weight, get a job, and stop spending so much time on the internet and playing video games, it is because they "don't love you" and "want to fundamentally transform you". Or do they just see you messing up your life and want you to make corrections.

i'm not blind to the fact Obama wants to change America. He said pretty much upfront that is what he wanted to do and he got more votes than any candidate in American history. He identified things that he saw as fundementally wrong and vowed to change them. Americans agreed and voted him in and then re-elected him.

(But, but, but we won some senate contests only 5 million people voted in!)

Meanwhile, even Other Republicans are heading for hte Tall Grass over the stupid shit Giuliani said.
 

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Hillary has her husband to deal with. He's threatening to derail her entire campaign with his sexual antics. Your overconfidence is your undoing.
The guy is in his late sixties. Unless they are sending in viagra by the truckload, I don't think there's much antics going on.

Why do you guys keep thinking Clinton's sex life is a winner for you. It's like you didn't learn a fucking thing from the 1990's.
 

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The GOP is about to make Jeb Bush their candidate.

Nothing those idiots say impresses me. Giuliani is of course correct, anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows that.
 

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The minions, obama's minions, are out.

Many people rip Giuliani?

MANY MORE ARE SCREAMING, "FINALLY SOMEONE SAYS IT IN PUBLIC!!"

I have told you this before, and I will say it again. Liberals, all of them, are losers. They are petulant, hypocritical, snot nosed, moronic, lying, double talking fucking losers.

Thank God for a man like Giuliani. Thank God.
 

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