Thursday, June 14, 2007

Guiliani Greeted by Picketing in Orange County

“If you support Giuliani, you aren't supporting family values”

June 13 /Christian Newswire -- Republicans upset with Rudy Giuliani's anti-family policies protested on Sunday, June 10th when the "Republican" presidential candidate appeared in Irvine. A "Rudy Giuliani in drag" was among dozens of sign-holding protestors outside the hotel.

"Imagine what heads of state would think of an American president known for dressing up as a woman," said Bob Cielnicky, a southern California pro-life leader. "What was Rudy Giuliani thinking when he did this publicly three times as mayor of New York? Obviously not the Presidency."
Guiliani has several problems of which this is only one.

Claiming to be a Republican or a conservative does not make it so - no matter how many times one might repeat it over and over in his head.

Californian Catholic Daily reminds us of some of Rudy's "issues":
As mayor, Giuliani was a steadfast abortion advocate who even supported partial-birth abortion. Records show Giuliani made six personal donations to Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider.

Mayor Giuliani pushed for and signed a law that awarded pseudo-marriage rights to homosexual partners. Giuliani marched in several New York City Gay Pride parades, the last one three months before 9/11. After committing adultery and being evicted from the mayor's mansion by his wife, Giuliani moved in with a homosexual couple. He went on to marry his third wife and become her third husband.

It should be clear that the man is not balanced. And one should not forget the fact that he is opposed to a citizen's right to self defense because of his antipathy toward the 2nd Amendment.

"It's appalling to see some Republicans abandoning their Republican Party core principles for Rudy Giuliani," said Ken Fisher, a conservative Republican activist in Orange County. "If you support Giuliani, you aren't supporting family values."
It's more than appalling - it demonstrates a blindness and sickness which, in the end, is terminal.

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