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Rudy Giuliani SHOULD Run for New York United States Senate

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who many Republicans have been pushing to run for governor in 2010, is instead leaning more toward a run for U.S. Senate

Why?

Because Rudy is a leader and America needs his brand of conservatism in the era of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.

Also, the Republican Party needs Giuliani to articulate its principles and ideals from an “ELECTED” office – the GOP desperately needs his vote in the U.S. Senate.

The polls are favorable for a Giuliani win against appointed Senator Kirsten Gillibrand:

So, irrespective of all this Senate first and then the Presidency talk Rudy should just put his country and state first and RUN. He WILL win.

It would be easy for Giuliani to sit back and relax. Rudy is 65, has lucrative business interests and has a ready made bully pulpit on television. But, has Rudy ever done it the EASY way?

Flap’s sources in New York and Washington point to Rudy passing on the New York Governor’s and Senate races. But, perhaps the pieces in the press yesterday were a trial baloon.

America can ONLY hope.

Run Rudy Run……..


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2 thoughts on “Rudy Giuliani SHOULD Run for New York United States Senate

  1. As you know, I think Rudy should run for President. It would seem difficult for him to immediately turn around and start a presidential campaign if he were to win the Senate seat in 2010. In my opinion, with no McCain in 2012 to suck up the moderate and independent votes, and with a different campaign strategy, I think Rudy could win the Republican primary in 2012.

    What do you think?

  2. Yes, I think that if Obama continues to fail then Rudy would be a viable candidate. He can beat Romney and Huckabee in a three way race.

    If Sarah Palin were to run and win, then Rudy would be a ticket balancer as VP or an Attorney General.

    But, he needs to hold office again to continue to be a viable candidate for another office. Difficult to run as a Senator but can be done.

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