Friday, November 20, 2009

Senator Giuliani?

According to the Associated Press, it appears the former Mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, might be leaning towards a run for U.S. Senate against Kirsten Gillibrand. Over the past several months, it has been rumored Mr.Giuliani has had his sights on the Governors house, however, with a stronger Democrat in the race for the Democratic nomination, and with Gillibrands approval rating falling, the ideal choice is now a run for the United States Senate.

While we could argue over Giuliani's viewpoints on the issues, and even loyalty to the Republicans. Giuliani is a strong fiscal Conservative, national defense Conservative, and tough on crime, he also brought New York City back from the brink of self destruction.

If Giuliani was to run for the United States Senate, some would mutter a "better of two evils" choice would be a vote for Giuliani, however, considering Gillibrand has voted for some of the most destructive legislation in American history over the past several months, not to mention she was one of the few Senators who voted against restricting the practice of taxpayer dollars being awarded to the criminal organization ACORN, Giuliani is a miracle compared to what we currently call a Junior Senator.

It is true, running for the United States Senate would prohibit Giuliani from seeking the highest office in the land, however, running for the United States Senate would not only help guard against destructive legislation being pushed in the 112th Congress, it would restore a Republican back to elected statewide office. I am the most Conservative of Conservatives, however, we need to support Giuliani if he does decide to run for Senate, he is the best candidate we got, the best shot we have to win in New York.

A shot which can stand against the radical agenda of Obama.


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Michael Avitabile said...

Running for the Senate is best for Giuliani. Hopefully he does!

Mr. K said...

Running for the Senate would be the best for Giuliani and New York.