Giuliani has been criticized by conservatives for his support of abortion rights and gay rights. But he has taken little heat from top rivals McCain and Romney and still leads national polls among Republicans.Doesn't anyone else see the irony in finding a guy named Gaylord and a guy named Dyke to comment on Rudy Giuliani's support of gay rights?
With the first primary votes still six months away, and 16 months to go before the November 2008 general election, Republican consultant Joe Gaylord said this was not the time to roll out the heavy ammunition on any opponent.
"At some point somebody is going to go after Giuliani, it's just a matter of when," Gaylord said. "But now we're so far away from anyone voting no one would remember what any of them said anyway."
Giuliani adviser Jim Dyke said the former New York mayor would get his turn in the bullseye when the early contests approached.
"There will come a time when the other campaigns become more aggressive because they'll decide that he can win, and they have to distort his story to prevent that," Dyke said.
Monday, July 23, 2007
Maybe it is a bit juvenile for me to think so, but I found a few paragaphs of this article hillarious: