Monday, May 7, 2007

Giuliani: "Freedom is about authority"

[Image: Rudy Giuliani]Rudy Giuliani's campaign is taking a step back today as he nearly suggests the American people should submit to an authority, like the president. What person wants to submit to the government, especially with people like Bush in charge? Here's the quote:
Freedom is about authority. Freedom is about the willingness of every single human being to cede to lawful authority a great deal of discretion about what you do.
We all know that the freedoms written in the constitution are only suggestions from our founding fathers. Not. Giuliani seems to be banking on the idea that people respect him for being Mayor during 9/11, but the reality is that everything after that point has been mishandled. The Iraq war was a big mistake, and anyone who supports it does not deserve to be in any office.

Does Giuliani honestly think that he is going to scare the public into his hands. He sounds like a worse candidate than anyone else (except maybe Mccain). It's actually worse than Mccain arrogant thinking that he knows better than all. The scare tactics may have worked for Bush after 9/11, but I doubt you can build a campaign on fear.

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