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Giuliani Casts Himself as Candidate of Change

Give Giuliani credit for this -- he's working to cast himself as the candidate of change -- albeit subtle.

"It is important we define the Republican party to fit today," Giuliani said, calling for outreach to Democrats and Independents and noting that he was elected twice in a city that strongly favored Democrats.

By Chris Cillizza  |  May 3, 2007; 8:54 PM ET
Categories:  Eye on 2008  
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This must be the 4th grade comment section, given the high substantive quality of the responses.

Posted by: Ziphead McGurk | May 4, 2007 8:49 PM | Report abuse

Giuliani is Bush on crack...

Posted by: Anonymous | May 4, 2007 7:38 AM | Report abuse

Am I the only one who laughs my *whatever* off when Giulani says HE is the one who will be on the *offense* because of his *proven experience* on 9/11? He obviously WASN'T on the offense on 9/11!!!! He's the LAST one we should trust to be on the offensive. He already frigging FAILED on offense. Now, if you want someone as President who can do a fantastic job the day AFTER we've been attacked, maybe Rudy's the guy for the job.

Posted by: Jan | May 4, 2007 6:44 AM | Report abuse

US President Tim Kalemkarian, US Senate Tim Kalemkarian, US House Tim Kalemkarian: best major candidate.

Posted by: anonymous | May 3, 2007 11:19 PM | Report abuse

I will not give Guiliani credit for anything. He wants very badly to bomb Iran (probably to benefit Big Oil). The only reason he was running all over New York on 9/11 is because he built his Command HQ in the WTC (he'd been warned against doing that). No, I won't give him credit. This man is volatile and morally-challenged.

Posted by: srlester | May 3, 2007 10:04 PM | Report abuse

Man, the republicans are being thrown the same fluffy questions over and over. It's mostly about proving whether or not they are pro life. It seems the republican party and the republican people are afraid to deal with the critical issues of Iraq and Afghanistan. How lame.

Posted by: tazmodious | May 3, 2007 9:03 PM | Report abuse

This is more about Chris Matthews's views then the canidates. He lost control when he injected himself in the debate.

Posted by: Ron Olivier | May 3, 2007 8:59 PM | Report abuse

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