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Some times it pays to see where the bandwagon is going before you follow it. 26 November, 2007

Posted by David Anderson in Election 2008.
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=MHPCflfjHKk&feature=related

Click the above link which shows an October 23, 2007 report from ABC News.  Could Rudy be the GOP equivalent to John Kerry?  Some Democrats were so anxious to get the most electable person that they ignored fatal flaws in a candidate who marketed himself that way.  In reality, he would never be elected.  I was starting to think the Mayor might be our version.  Now I am sure of it.  Will we be able to deal with drip after drip becoming a massive wave?

Maybe you don’t think this means anything.  I was involved with the Jessica Law debate so maybe it is just me.  What do you think?  As a father, I find this hard to swallow.  A man is suspended indefinately from his job for molesting minors and you hire him and give him a character endorsement.  The man also designed policies which hurt children by covering up allegations against others according to a grand jury.  This is what the mayor did.  The truth is this man has not been charged or convicted of anything.  He denys the charges.  Without corrupt Bernie, this might be okay, but I am starting to wonder about a pattern of choices for positions. 

I am not attacking anyone.  I am just asking that you look at this and tell me if you are a Republican that you don’t see trouble looming if the Mayor is the candidate.  Maybe I am wrong.

Don’t try to guess who is the most electable candidate, go with the best candidate as you see it and let the chips fall.  You will find the best candidate will turn out to be electable. The early primary states see the candidates close up.  I am seeing a value to this vetting.  I hope the rush to be first or hold a virtual national primary, does not undercut the vetting process.

My views are my own.

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