Republican presidential hopeful, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, speaks after getting the endorsement of the New England Police Benevolent Association in Nashua, N.H., Sunday, Jan. 6, 2008.
Rudy Giuliani was NEVER the candidate that could receive the GOP nomination. Yet, Flap believes when February 5th comes along, Rudy will have amassed the plurality of delegates.
And, he has campaigned without miring himself in the mud with Huckabee, Romney and McCain.
Will Rudy’s strategy work?
But, the Mayor’s campaign has defied the conventional wisdom that put him dead in the water last January.
â€œFrankly, I donâ€™t know why youâ€™re so surprised,â€™â€™ he said. â€œMy candidacy is an unconventional candidacy. I mean, from the day I started, I was a candidate that couldnâ€™t get nominated. The Republican Party wouldnâ€™t nominate me. I donâ€™t know how often I read those stories, back a year ago. So the fact that we are where we are has already defied all conventional wisdom. We are running an unconventional strategy. Weâ€™re comfortable with that strategy. And we think this is an unconventional election.â€™â€™
When it comes down to it, who would you rather have in the Oval Office making the calls?