Fred Thompson is surging in the political polls, and he isn't even officially running for president yet.Giuliani still leads the Republican pack with 28% of the poll results. He is down 4 points from two weeks earlier. Fred Thompson is now in second at 19% of the poll, up 8 points in only 2 weeks. John McCain is hovering at 18% with little movement. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is fourth at 7%. Mitt dropped by the largest percentage in the last 2 weeks.McCain's campaign seems to...Read Full Story
Clinton and Obama are up in arms about comments that Rudy G made in New Hampshire this week. Giuliani used a political fear tactic and told listeners that the country will be put in danger if a Democrat is electedin 2008.To recap, Mr. Giuliani's remarks on Tuesday: “If any Republican is elected president - and I think obviously I would be the best at this - we will remain on offense and will anticipate what [the terrorists] will do and try to stop them before they do it,” Rudy Giuliani said...Read Full Story
Andrew Giuliani and his father have recently tried to reconcile after not speaking "for a decent amount of time." In a Times article, Andrew said, "I got my values from my mother. She's a strong influence in my life. She's a strong woman. I have problems with my father, but that doesn't mean he won't make a good president."Read Full Story
Rudy Giuiliani has been getting asked lots of questions about his family, and family values. "I believe that these problems with blended families, you know, are challenges - sometimes they are," he said. "The more privacy I can have for my family, the better we are going to be able to deal with all these difficulties."Unfortunately for him and his family, running for President of the United States isn't exactly the best way to keep your family matters private.Read Full Story
Political antics, lost airline baggage, and a cool $100 million. Welcome to politics in America...
Linked from http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/01/02/giuliani.strategy.ap/
The presidential campaign strategy for former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani includes a $100 million fundraising target for this year.
The 140-page schedule for the Republican's budding presidential bid was reported in Tuesday's editions of the New York Daily News.
The paper said an anonymous source obtained the...Read Full Story
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