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May 5, 2007

Guiliani: For AND Against Roe v Wade

by Kevin

During Thursday night’s Republican debate, the great libertarian hero Rudy Giuliani had well…. a confused position on Roe v Wade to say the least.

Maybe be if Giuliani was concerned about something else than lusting for power, his position on Roe v Wade would be much more clear.

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5 Comments

  1. “We’re a federalist system of government and states can make their own decisions.”

    Had he stuck to simply that line of thought, he would have dodged the question a bit more effectively.

    Comment by Saul — May 5, 2007 @ 5:59 pm
  2. My nieces have the same speech pattern when they try to get out of answering “Why did you hit your sister?”

    It’s not a pattern I trust in an adult.

    Comment by Ted — May 5, 2007 @ 6:05 pm
  3. It is, however, a pattern common to politicians.

    Comment by Saul — May 5, 2007 @ 6:16 pm
  4. Great Libertarian? Guiliani is the guy who lead Wall Street traders off in handcuffs. He is a bigger authoritarian than Bush — one who doesn’t support the natural right to life.

    Comment by Private Dude — May 6, 2007 @ 10:02 am
  5. Private Dude,

    I’m guessing you didn’t click the hyperlink when I called Giuliani a libertarian hero. If you had, you would have know I was being sarcastic.

    Comment by Kevin — May 6, 2007 @ 12:01 pm

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