January 02, 2007


Via Huffpo

What a treat! Giuliani's 140 page plans to win the '08 presidencey were left in a hotel room. The detailed dossier outlined his entire fundraising and campaign strategy and even noted his liabilities from a former disgraced aide to possible mud-slinging from his bitter ex-wife, Donna Hanover Giuliani, who he dumped for current wife Judy Nathan while in office. (The freak held a press conference right after his wedding. Since he was temporarily impotent from prostate cancer drugs, I guess the newlyweds weren't in a hurry to hit their honeymoon suite.

I realize that some of you non-New Yorkers may not be familiar with Giuliani's ways. Leading the polls amongst Republicans, he's viewed by many as the hero of 9/11. Well, he didn't stutter over a children's book in a classroom the way our president did when he got the news of the attacks, but all Rudy did was what any mayor would do: he took care of the situation in a together fashion. Sure there are a few unheard complaints of breathing disorders from rescue workers, but on the whole, the mayor did a decent job in the face of a crisis. My problem with him lies in what he did before 9/11. Police brutality went up with people regularly got jailed for one joint. Sex shops were re-zoned and closed. One third of the taxi fleet quit because of crackdowns on shortcuts like U turns without which they can't make $, making it very hard to get cabs. And the rigid freak even wanted to do away with the quintessentially NYC hot dog vendors and make school uniforms mandatory! Both of these ideas were dismissed as ridiculous. So if that's what you want for this country, you've got your candidate.

I'm just praying that the rest of his campaign is as badly bungled.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

He also floated the idea of arresting jaywalkers.

He ran the most secret government in the history of the city--much like Bush in that regard.

He generally goverened in a mean and petty way, using his power over funding to hamper organizations that opponents were involved with.

He tried to revoke the Brooklyn Museum's city funding after the controversial "Sensation" exhibit, which included a portrait of the Virgin Mary that used elephant poop as an art material. (Really!)

After Patrick Dorismond was shot and killed by an undercover cop while neither committing a crime nor appearing to commit a crime, Giuliani went on television to somehow blame the victim, saying "he was no altar boy." As it turned out, Dorismond had in fact been an altar boy.

He's a nasty, vindictive man, and with the expanded powers of the presidency we have thanks to Bush, there is no level he would not sink to.

1:34 PM  
Blogger Lady Bunny said...

Excellent points! I forgot the jaywalking--I am the world's worst! --LB

2:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bunny, you're also the world's worst streetwalker. Okay, I'm sorry, just because you're the oldest and ugliest doesn't mean you're the worst.

At least you're not the worst drag queen. That would be me as Rudina.

4:18 PM  
Blogger Screaming Queens Entertainment said...

He also went after the same museam because it exhibited a photo of the last supper which featured a nude black woman instead of whatshisname. I'm not sure what bothered him, nude, black, or woman. He was a total art Nazi.

11:06 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

On the other hand, in this new "reality TV/give-us-a-bloody-spectacle" culture, we seem to like our leaders insane and irrational, so from that standpoint, he'd blend in perfectly.

Some of us just don't happen to want that.

9:47 AM  

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