There’s so many great columnists over at Town Hall and The Corner that I don’t always find the time to read J. Grant Swank and Marie Jon’. That’s a pity because our friend Pastor Swank nailed Rudy Giuliani hard on Friday. Be sure to read the whole thing: Greasy Giuliani Slips Through Every Tight Hole.
Fact: He vowed to three wives he would love and cherish them till death. Not. Go figure. The man is greased from head to toe.
Therefore, with evangelicals despising him—that is, most of them despise him, give or take a few who don’t know his immoral positions as pro-choice and pro-homosexual—it just could happen that if elected President, Giuliani could come around to “see the Light.” Maybe. A long shot. But. . .
Anything is possible with that slippery one. If it serves his purpose in his moment, he will baptize it as legit. He’s well oiled. He’s old enough to have crafted the style to its shiny surface.
He’s “well oiled” all right. Yet for some reason many Republicans seem ready to throw their core principles overboard in a lemmings’ rush to anoint him as the next GOP candidate. If he loses, we end up with Hillary Clinton. If he wins, the GOP will be destroyed for a generation. Conservatives simply lose either way. It’s not a choice I want to have to make. Yet it’s what we’re stuck with if slippery Giuliani fools conservatives and somehow worms his way into the nomination.
Pastor Swank continues:
[H]e married with holy vows Wife Number One. Did he remain faithful? Not. He changed his mind.
He married with holy vows Wife Number Two. Did he remain faithful? Not. He changed his mind.
Now married with holy vows to exceedingly like-opportunistic liberal Wife Number Three, will he remain faithful? Don’t count on it.
He brought children into this world. Did he keep them in his league as faithful, honorable father? Not.
When Roman Catholic, he promised God to keep the rules. Did he keep the rules? Not. Did he remain loyal to his church, no matter the political consequences? Not.
And on and on it goes. Point by point, Pastor Swank demonstrates how unreliable and untrustworthy and just plain liberal Rudy really is. Be sure to note the horrible consequences if Republicans foolishly make RINO Rudy their nominee:
He could turn on evangelicals with that Hitler stare, crippling their every testimony with liberal agendas that would enthrone the devil himself. In other words, he would ensconce his win as payback time against evangelicals who cut him off at the knees. And he could do it—with Third Wife’s gleeful assistance.
The two of them are archliberals into as much devilment in the name of religion as Hillary Clinton. So the choice between Giuliani and Hillary is sick.
The choice between those two calculating career politicians is no choice at all. It’s just not right. Don’t fall for the “electability” scam. If Rudy’s the answer, the question was a stupid one. Is it really winning if the victor supports a liberal agenda? No it’s not.
Just say no to “Greasy Giuliani.” Don’t let him slip and slide his way into the GOP nomination. The destruction of the Republican Party just isn’t worth it. Think about it.
Update: Rudy praises a Clinton/Obama ticket. Why? Because he’s as liberal as they. Don’t let him fool you.
“I believe she [Hitlery] will be the nominee, and Senator Obama will be the vice presidential nominee…that’s the candidacy we are going to be facing, and that is a very formidable candidacy,” he said in an interview conducted late last week.
“He[Obama]’s kind of earned it,” Giuliani said. “He brings a kind of enthusiasm to the ticket that everyone desires and likes to have.”
Furthermore, he clearly advocates throwing conservative principles out with the bathwater. Don’t listen to this snake oil salesman. This huckster is as phoney as a three dollar bill.
He called Republicans “underdogs” in the 2008 race for the White House and said the party would have to abandon its “old playbook” [social conservatism] if it hopes to win in the election, 13 months away.
Thanks but no thanks for your misguided advice, Rude-E. With “conservatives” like Giuliani, who needs liberals?