Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Rudy Giuliani update

More revealing information about Rudy Giuliani has come to light. See the following articles.

Rudy's Irrelevant Record
Rudy Giuliani, Running Against Hamlet
Giuliani gave to Planned Parenthood
Giuliani Opposed Welfare Reform in Order to Protect Illegals
Rudy Giuliani tied to 'superhighways'
Rudy Giuliani's Economic Record

The Rudy Giuliani profile has been updated.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"There are people, millions and millions of Americans, who are of as good conscience as we are, who make a different choice about abortion. And I think in a country where you want to keep government out of people’s lives, you have to respect that." -- former New York City Mayor and Republican Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.

Interesting point. Care to comment?

A.J. said...

I would like to comment. I am all for keeping government out of people's lives, except for when they are attempting to kill someone. Abortion is murder, and if there is anything that government should be getting involved in, it's protecting human life from those that would choose to destroy it for nothing other than convenience.

The Blogger formally known as Anonymous said...

Your comment is interesting, AJ, because it says that there are things the government should be involved in.

If one thing stands out then, it is that the line of where this involvement should stop is arbitrary. Why should the government not intervene to help people who are dying from drug addiction because someone finds selling drugs a more convenient way to make a living? If it does that, why shouldn't it also assist people who are dying as a result of gun violence since someone saw that option as a more convenient way to settle a dispute? If it does that, why shouldn't it help all people who are dying because of a lack of medical care? If it does that...well, you probably get the point.

Your comment is well taken but it simply proves Giuliani's point. Any decision on where and when government should involve itself is completely arbitrary and there is seldom reason why we should favor once instance over another.