Sunday, November 15, 2009

Rudy Gives Sarah A Big Thumbs Up

It is all Sarah all of the time. Rudy Giuliani reacts to Sarah Palin on the cover of Newsweek. Democratic hack George Stephanopoulos, of course, put a negative spin on every question, but Rudy kocked each one out of the park.



Rudy was also on CNN and said "Sarah Palin is great for the Republican party."



Earlier, on the Chris Matthews show, Chris Matthews himself called Sarah Palin the Republican frontrunner going into 2012. Chris Matthews! If Sarah Palin can make a believer out of Chris Obama Matthews, before she even starts her tour, just imagine the impact she will have on Independents across the country.

23 comments:

maury said...

I think maybe Rudy has a secret crush on the hot ex-governor. However, he seems like a pretty smart guy...so it must be due to lust and seduction.

Seriously, not to bash Sarah Palin...but she is not VP material. Bush wasn't "P" material...but it speaks to the fact that people in this country don't see the truth and are swayed by appearances.

Anonymous said...

All this fuss about Sarah Palin reminds me of the O.J.Simpson trial.It was fun in a demented sort of way. Everybody had an opinion, but none of it mattered to us personally. That's what Sarah Palin is, a little entertainment.

Elle Leet

Anonymous said...

All this fuss about Sarah Palin reminds me of the O.J.Simpson trial.It was fun in a demented sort of way. Everybody had an opinion, but none of it mattered to us personally. That's what Sarah Palin is, a little entertainment.

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We do need to be careful. Lots of people thought Reagan and Bush were stupid jokes, but it turned out that the joke was on the American people--a joke that lasted 16 long years.

Anonymous said...

Is Rudy giving her the thumbs up? Or is that his middle finger?

Anonymous said...

She's more presidential material than Obama's empty media hyped image, will ever be.

Anonymous said...

She's more presidential material than the empty, media hyped image of Obama, will ever be.

Recovered Democrat said...

Geesh, George Pataki endorsed Doug Hoffman, and yet Sarah gets the "blame" for turning a third-party candidate into a serious contender.

You can tell the libs are scared. When they start blaming Sarah for everything, she's rising to presidential status. Pretty soon it'll be Sarah's fault that Obama had to bow to Japan. He was probably just apologizing for Sarah Palin's love of moose hunting.

Anonymous said...

As a new independent, I used to be a democrat, I would absolutely support Sarah Palin.

Anonymous said...

If you always do what you've always done,
you'll always get what you've always got.
It's time for a change in the Republican Party as to the selection of their candidates.
Another RINO like McCain won't get it.
There definitely is something about Sarah that brings out the critics. That in itself makes her acceptable to me.
Having said that, perhaps some naysayer could actually explain what they are so "nay" about.
She's not corrupt, obviously nobody owns her, she appeals to the silent majority, independents, red staters, tea partiers, and even Hillary supporters if Hillary doesn't run.
She's photogenic and apparently is getting reasonably good advice for the promotion of her book.
You don't get to be #1 on Amazon before publication by appealing to just a few.
Go, Sarah, Go!

Anonymous said...

She's more presidential material than the empty, media hyped image of Obama, will ever be.


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Right. Sarah's background is so much more impressive than Obama's. All he did was Harvard law school and the law review. Sarah, OTH, has a husband who wins races with his snow machine.

Bill589 said...

Democrats and half the Republican elite are against her, and she stands up to them. She stands for the people, not the party. She is brave. In Alaska, she has shown that she has no problem firing corrupt government employees; maybe that’s why they don’t want her to be boss in D.C.: Half the D.C. employees would lose their jobs.

narciso said...

No, Rudy cleaned up the mob and brought NYC back from the brink.
Sarah has a similar track record
in her own state, forcing the oil
commissioner out of his office, and
helping with the attorney generals removal.

No this crazy circus in Manhattan, is like the OJ with the stakes dialed up 1,000 %. Maybe hiring an attorney general whose firm defrnds
17 Gitmo detainees probably wasn't such a good idea

Anonymous said...

Democrats and half the Republican elite are against her, and she stands up to them. She stands for the people, not the party. She is brave. In Alaska, she has shown that she has no problem firing corrupt government employees; maybe that’s why they don’t want her to be boss in D.C.: Half the D.C. employees would lose their jobs.


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Bill, Bill Bill....tell me one issue on which Sarah Palin disagrees with George Bush. This is not bold, conservative leadership, this is warmed over Bush.

Anonymous said...

by rights, someone who did as poorly as Sarah Palin did in the 2008 campaing would crawl into a hole in shame. Sarah thinks she ought to be President--without the work.

Anonymous said...

"People knew that's what she was like" but they are nevertheless incredulous that she published a book like this, one of them told me. "It's like, 'What's she so angry about?' She was picked to be vice president of the United States. She had an exceptional opportunity. Everything is someone else's fault. There's no accountability. It's mean-spirited. But if you look at the record, it is what it is."

Anonymous said...

Is Rudy giving her the thumbs up? Or is that his middle finger?

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LOL. I think we all know the answer.

Michael April said...

Axelrod Signals Obama Will Try to Strip Abortion Language From Health Care Bill.

The Government under President Obama wants no say in a woman’s decisions involving her reproductive choice, but the Government is going to make all our other health care decisions for us.
Pro-choice abortion, no choice everything else.

What a mess!

Anonymous said...

What will Sarah do next year to stay in the news? Honestly, this will be a one month deal, she will make her money and will be laughed at again. Beauty queens have a hard time admitting their time has come and gone.

Mead said...

Obama's not Presidential material, if you're honest with yourself, maury. He's great as a President in a movie, but not in real life. Charismatic and smooth does not a good president make.

I think Sarah Palin is just what this country needs. Someone with traditional values that doesn't sell her soul to get ahead.

As a New Yorker, I remember how NYC was like before Guiliani and how much he changed it for the better. I wish he was mayor again, instead of Bloomberg.

As for chasing moderates away, I wish they would go away. Moderates should create a third party. Then maybe folk would vote between moderates and conservatives, and realize the liberals have gone far too left. I used to consider myself liberal, but liberals got too liberal. Then I was moderate but liberals got liberal enough that being moderate looks too liberal. So now I'm conservative. I am one of the most thoughtful people, but I'm of an objective mind, rather than subjective.

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Anonymous said...

"If Sarah Palin can make a believer out of Sarah Palin" -- don't you mean make a believer out of Chrissy Matthews?

BTW, I cannot read comments any more. The negative ones from Obummer's bots make reading them worthless. Please consider allowing only Palin supporters -- or, at least, not Palin denigrators.

Anonymous said...

Bush - junior - was not a joke. He was a tragedy for our nation.

Anonymous said...

Bush - junior - was not a joke. He was a tragedy for our nation.


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Yes, he was, but it just goes to show, the Mafia gets what it wants in America. Even an idiot like Bush can win elections...well, he didn't exactly win, did he Mr. Scalia?