The Liberation of Rudy Giuliani


Nov. 20, 2007 Rudy Giuliani applauds Obama for being open about his teenage drug use: “I respect his honesty in doing that. I think that one of the things we need from our people who are running for office is not this pretense of perfection. The reality is all of us that run for public office, whether its governor, legislator, mayor, president–we are all human beings. If we haven’t made mistakes don’t vote for us.”

Oct. 20, 2008 Rudy Giuliani wonders why the press--and specifically the New York Times--isn't writing more about Obama's teenage drug use: “There shouldn’t be two different rules for Republicans and Democrats... You can’t even — you can’t even raise these issues. And, you know, God forbid somebody would do some reporting on Barack Obama’s use of drugs."

Amazing what can happen to a thrice-married, pro-choice, pro-gay-rights, pro-gun-control, pro-cross-dressing former mayor of the nation's leading den of iniquity when he no longer has to convince people he should be president, isn't it?

Oh, and BTW: The New York Times has already investigated Obama's past drug use. After "three dozen interviews" with friends and associates, the paper found in February that the young Obama “did not appear to be grappling with any drug problems and seemed to dabble only with marijuana.”

Damn liberal media. Bunch of dope smokers if you ask me.