Rudy and Hitlery are "more of the same" block them out
Heres a bit from Rudy in the Gun toting south (*I am adding clarifications)
Giuliani whistles gun tune in Dixie
BY CELESTE KATZ
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Saturday, July 7th 2007, 4:00 AM
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Martin Sullivan may have gone to Rudy Giuliani's town hall meeting up in arms over the former mayor's record on gun control, but he came away with his worries back in the holster.
Sullivan, 21, is from Savannah and attends Hampden-Sydney College, a rural Virginia men's school where students keep their hunting rifles in a gun locker on campus. As president of the College Republicans chapter there, it was up to him to ask Giuliani yesterday what his classmates demanded to know: Does Rudy want to take away our guns?
No, said Giuliani, who as mayor endorsed the Brady gun bill and praised former Democratic President Bill Clinton's work on gun control. Now as a Republican presidential contender he says gun regulations should largely be left to the states. (*he has voted for almost every Gun Control infringement law available)
Giuliani, on a Dixie swing that includes Georgia, South Carolina and Florida, assured the crowd here that his strict interpretation of the Constitution demands that he support the Second Amendment right to bear arms. (*Because that Dam piece of paper says he has to)
"What your friends are probably concerned about is my history as mayor of New York City, because I enforced the gun laws in New York very aggressively," Giuliani said. "I did it because I had a city [where] crime was way out of control. It was destroying the fabric of our society." (* what if he determines that "national" gun crime is way out of control??)
Giuliani has maintained he hasn't changed his position. He said yesterday gun laws in his administration wouldn't be much different than they are now. (*< key word here is MUCH, I wonder exactly how much different)
"I'm sure you don't have any friends like this, but the only friends of yours who should worry about me are the ones who are criminals," he told Sullivan to chuckles and applause from the friendly audience. (*watch for careful application of the "label" of criminal here, when guns are illegal, eveyone I know will be a criminal)
Sullivan said he was satisfied with Giuliani's response: "I don't want felons to have the guns, and as long as he's a strong supporter of the Second Amendment, I can support him," he said.
(* this poor kid just got suckered and he does not even know it, I would have to ask him if hes heard Dr Paul Speak??)
Although Sullivan arrived with an Ann Coulter book in hand and a liking for still-undeclared candidate Fred Thompson, the actor and former Tennessee senator, "I'm more leaning toward Rudy now," he said.
If like-minded Southerners come to feel the same way, that's great news for Giuliani, who just came off a fund-raising quarter robust enough to challenge the theory that he's too liberal to win among Republicans.
(* the more $$$ he raises , the more he can prove hes not really a liberal
Giuliani's wife, Judith, accompanied him on the trip and oozed affection for Dixie.
"I love all the United States, but the South is fantastic and Savannah's wonderful. We're about to go to one of my favorite restaurants," she told reporters, dressed for the steamy Georgia afternoon in an off-white ensemble paired with a chunky necklace.
*Always helps to bring the wife along to coddle the sheeple
I am most assuredly voting for Ron Paul (Cooper, if you want to hear some from him, http://www.ronpaul2008.com/
or do a you tube search on him,, He got me with the part where he wants to abolish the IRS and Federal Reserve and replace them with NOTHING