Friday, July 31, 2015

Over? 9/11 isn't over until WE decide it is!

Over? 9/11 isn't over until WE decide it is!

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I think Donald Trump had a better change of getting elected president coming out of New York City than Rudy "911911911911911911911911911" Giuliani (at top, apparently holding a dead fish), but here we are:

Yet there are some indicators to encourage the former mayor.  In a new poll of New Hampshire Republicans released Monday by television station WMUR, Giuliani tied for third, well behind frontrunner Mitt Romney but ahead of Tim Pawlenty, Sarah Palin, Daniels, Jon Huntsman, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and Herman Cain.  When WMUR asked New Hampshire GOP primary voters which candidate is the strongest leader, Giuliani placed second to Romney, although a distant second.  If Giuliani were to run, he would likely focus his efforts on the Granite State.

This is all too hilarious. For one thing, if you glance quickly at the headline of the linked article it looks like it reads "King Giuliani 'very close' to joining GOP race." Yes indeed, your highness. But more importantly...a tie for third place in New Hampshire? There's a word for that -- "Joementum." Ask President Lieberman how things turned out for him.

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