American Businessman Willie Robertson
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry
U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell
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U.S. Marine Mark Geist
U.S. Marine John Tiegen
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke
U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Donald Trump’s Wife Melania Trump
U.S. Army Lt. General Michael Flynn
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“He was signaling that he’s not one of us, and that had to do with some factors that the former mayor should not be trying to play off of.”
Ellison suggested Giuliani was trying to raise long-disproved questions about Obama’s background, including, “Is he an American? Is he a Muslim? Is he a socialist? Is he this? Is he that,” before slamming Giuliani himself.
Oh will you shut the Hell up you carnival barking buffoon! Giuliani made his remarks, and I agree 110% with them because he spoke the truth! And it had zero to do with race, But, of course, Ellison knows damn well race had nothing to do with what the former New York Mayor said. It DID have everything to do with the behavior of this president towards this nation the last six years!
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) is standing by Rudy Giuliani, saying that the essence of the former New York City mayor’s comments questioning President Obama’s love of country is true.
“The gist of what Mayor Giuliani said — that the President has shown himself to be completely unable to speak the truth about the nature of the threats from these [Islamic State in Iraq and Syria] terrorists – is true,” Jindal, a potential 2016 presidential contender, said in a statement shared with The Hill. “If you are looking for someone to condemn the Mayor, look elsewhere.”
Republicans wring their hands and wonder how we beat the media bias? Well being wimpy and surrendering our principles is not the way.This is it! Tell it like it is! I really wish Jindal would run in 2016
Rudy Giuliani demanded that Mitt Romney apologize for his Massachusetts health care plan during a visit to New Hampshire on Friday.
The former mayor of New York said that Romney made a “terrible mistake” in requiring residents to purchase health care when he signed the plan into law five years ago, the New Hampshire Union Leaderreports.
“[Romney] can’t talk his way out of this,” Giuliani said. “If you create a state or a federal government that can give orders like that, you’re taking away people’s freedom, and I think Gov. Romney should be more sensitive to that.”
Giuliani also blamed the former Massachusetts governor for providing the model for President Barack Obama’s national health care plan. He said that Romney must admit the plan’s failures in order to avoid hurting the Republican Party.
I agree, Romney has to renounce any support for ANY health care mandate to have a shot. But, again, I am still stunned Rudy did not tie this back to 9/11. After all, he pimps 9/11 more than Je$$e Jackson pimps Selma.