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Rudy Giuliani’s Camapign’s You Tube video played at tonight’s debate.

The facts behind the video are here.

And, it is TRUE: King Kong NEVER attacked New York City while Rudy was Mayor.

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Republican presidential candidates, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani are shown on stage during the CNN/YouTube/Republican Party of Florida presidential debate in St. Petersburg, Florida, November 28, 2007.

Well, Flap was wrong about the You Tube Debate. It certainly was NOT boring.

First up, Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney aggressively discussing illegal immigration.

Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney scornfully debated immigration Wednesday in a testy personal exchange in which Giuliani accused Romney of employing illegal immigrants at his home and running a “sanctuary mansion.”

Giuliani criticized Romney after the former Massachusetts governor claimed Giuliani had retained New York’s status as a sanctuary city while he was mayor.

Romney said it would “not be American” to check the papers of workers employed by a contractor simply because they have a “funny accent.” He had landscapers at his Belmont, Mass., home who turned out were in the country illegally.

Giuliani shot back, calling Romney’s attitude “holier than thou.”

“Mitt usually criticizes people when he usually has the far worse record,” Giuliani said.

The Mayor was RIGHT on Romney’s hypocrisy. In fact, it is about time someone called Mitt on Massachusetts sanctuary cities and his employment of illegal alien Guatemalans at his mansion.

Here is Mitt’s hypocrisy:

  • While Romney was governor, the commonwealth of Massachusetts became one of the six states with the largest growth in unauthorized migrant population, from 2002 to 2004, according to the Pew Hispanic Center, with somewhere between 200,000-250,000 new illegal immigrants.
  • In the past, Governor Romney supported more LIBERAL positions on illegal immigration than the 2007 recently failed Kennedy-McCain legislation. In fact, he supported President Bush and Senator McCain’s efforts to change current law in favor of “AMNESTY.”
  • During Romney’s Term, Proposed State Aid To These Sanctuary Cities Increased 4.07%, From $103,218,421 In FY2004 To $107,419,246 In FY2007.
  • Romney’s Last Minute Agreement With Federal Government To Allow State Troopers To Enforce Immigration Laws Was Rescinded Before It Was Ever Implemented.

So, why is Mitt Romney hypocritically attacking the Mayor?

Mitt Romney WILL Say and Do Anything to trash his opponents and get himself elected.

Is this who American voters want as their next President?

Flap says no and is glad the Mayor FINALLY called Romney out on illegal immigration.

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Hello Republican candidates! This is Sarah Jean Horwitz from New Jersey. Humility and open-mindedness are two qualities which I greatly admire in a presidential candidate. I ask all of you to put aside your party allegiances and answer this simple question: If you had to pick one Democratic or Independent candidate to be the next President of the United States, who would it be and why?

Flap agrees with Hugh. Sorry Patrick.

At BEST tonight will be BORING – At WORST carping at the RIGHT from the CNN LEFT.

Definitely NOT Lincoln Douglas.

And, neither is this from the last Democrat You Tube Debate:



Rudy Giuliani Watch: Why The You Tube Debate is Flawed

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Presidential hopeful and former Arkansas Governor, Mike Huckabee, left, and his wife Janet Huckabee, address supporters during a campaign stop at the Spartanburg Gun Club in Pacolet, S.C., Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007. Huckabee is rising from a little-known Arkansas governor to a serious contender for the Republican presidential nomination and so, too, are the number of inquiries he’s facing over his ethical lapses, tax increases and unwavering support for a rapist, later convicted of killing a Missouri woman.

Is Mike Huckabee the NEW frontrunner in Iowa?

The latest Rasmussen Poll:

  • Mike Huckabee – 28%
  • Mitt Romney – 25%
  • Rudy Giuliani – 12%
  • Fred Thompson – 11%
  • Ron Paul – 5%
  • John McCain – 4%
  • Tom Tancredo -4%
  • Duncan Hunter – 1%

Holy Smokes, Batman, Mike Huckabee now leads in Iowa.

From Rasmussen: Forty-eight percent of Evangelical Christians support Hucakbee. That’s more than all the other candidates combined. Romney attracts 16% of the Evangelical vote.

Did you catch the Evangelical number? That’s called ‘lapping the field.’ Let’s think about this for a moment. If Huckabee actually wins Iowa, then he gets the slingshot effect going into New Hampshire. With his sunny personality, non-threatening manners, humor, and media-savvy skills – anything is possible.

Isn’t politics full of surprises?

Stay tuned…….


Mike Huckabee Watch: Dead Heat with Romney in Iowa

Mike Huckabee Targets Iowa Christians – Plays Mormon Card?

Mitt Romney Slip Sliding Away to Mike Huckabee in Iowa

Mike Huckabee a Threat to Mitt Romney in Iowa?

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