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    Stephen A Smith Is A Racist

    Anybody see him on the Chris Mathews show last night at 11.00pm? This guy basically call Guiliani another Mossolini from the way he ran NYC as Mayor Saying He was one of our worst Mayors and that Huckabee will win the City over Guliani because Republicans in the City hate him.:eek:

    Maybe the guys just Ignorant...He was singing the praise of Obama who he stongly supports even saying the NH primary polls were wrong because the people lied to pollsters saying they didn't vote for him and lied because they're racisit.

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    In other news:

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    i for one am not a fan of giuliani...he rode the coat tails of 9/11 to stardome before that he was pretty much worthless! I actually despise the guy....love his famil values as well..piece of dogcrap
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    Rudy, dogcrap?

    The guy prosecuted the mob to the peril of his own family. He is a public servant at that time of his life.

    As for 9/11, he was already the mayor!! Stardom? what are you talking about? The guy took the city from Dinkins, who ran it into the ground, offered appointments to underqualified candidates because they were of a minority group, and sat in that office while the city deteriorated.

    Giuliani inherrited that mess, got pride back in Manhattan, gave the cops liscense to clean up the streets and protect the quality of life....

    and you call him dog crap.....

    He may be going somewhat "Hollywood" because of 9/11, but the man was in the post when it happened and I don't recall anyone calling him dogcrap when he was fixing things up and helping the national economy to the detriment of the local economy.

    dog crap indeed.

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    [QUOTE=Jetsound;2309604]Rudy, dogcrap?

    The guy prosecuted the mob to the peril of his own family. He is a public servant at that time of his life.

    As for 9/11, he was already the mayor!! Stardom? what are you talking about? The guy took the city from Dinkins, who ran it into the ground, offered appointments to underqualified candidates because they were of a minority group, and sat in that office while the city deteriorated.

    Giuliani inherrited that mess, got pride back in Manhattan, gave the cops liscense to clean up the streets and protect the quality of life....

    and you call him dog crap.....

    He may be going somewhat "Hollywood" because of 9/11, but the man was in the post when it happened and I don't recall anyone calling him dogcrap when he was fixing things up and helping the national economy to the detriment of the local economy.

    dog crap indeed.[/QUOTE]

    What a selective list.

    Rudy is worse than dogcrap. He would be worse than W.

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    [QUOTE=2009fatman;2309579]Anybody see him on the Chris Mathews show last night at 11.00pm? This guy basically call Guiliani another Mossolini from the way he ran NYC as Mayor Saying He was one of our worst Mayors and that Huckabee will win the City over Guliani because Republicans in the City hate him.:eek:

    Maybe the guys just Ignorant...He was singing the praise of Obama who he stongly supports even saying the NH primary polls were wrong because the people lied to pollsters saying they didn't vote for him and lied because they're racisit.[/QUOTE]

    Talking to Steven A. Smith about politics is like talking to Brittany Spears about brain surgery. Who cares what they say?

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    People seem to forget that prior to 9/11, Guiliani was not a universally beloved figure in this city. I would dare say that as many people hated him as loved him. There didn't seem to any middle ground on people's feelings about him. After 9/11, that all went out the window. I absolutely beileve he did an amazing job in the weeks and months after 9/11, but again, people forget that he was only mayor for a few months after 9/11. Also, I am very uncomfortable with how often he keeps bringing up his post-9/11 role. It seems that every time he's asked a difficult question, he somehow manages to bring it back to his performance after 9/11. It just feels somewhat exploitative. You also have to wonder about a guy whose own children want nothing to do with him.

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    [QUOTE=jr17892;2309614]People seem to forget that prior to 9/11, Guiliani was not a universally beloved figure in this city. I would dare say that as many people hated him as loved him. There didn't seem to any middle ground on people's feelings about him. After 9/11, that all went out the window. I absolutely beileve he did an amazing job in the weeks and months after 9/11, but again, people forget that he was only mayor for a few months after 9/11. Also, I am very uncomfortable with how often he keeps bringing up his post-9/11 role. It seems that every time he's asked a difficult question, he somehow manages to bring it back to his performance after 9/11. It just feels somewhat exploitative. You also have to wonder about a guy whose own children want nothing to do with him.[/QUOTE]


    I agree with you about the Rudy of today. I don't like it. he needs to push the fact that managing the city is tougher than running the state.

    But who hated Giuliani? His approval rating among people who had jobs, paid taxes, and wanted to keep big companies in New York to offset the tax expense was high. Plus some of his dissent came from the NYPD becuase they were unhappy about their contract....and they still are.

    If it bleeds, it leads. The biggest opponent was the one with the biggest mouth and saying the least. Sharpton. Rudy wouldn't even sit with the guy. I don't agree with that...he does represent a fair amount of people - but Rudy made decisions and tough choices.

    Even Bloomberg who is now greatly supported suffered with the Teachers and Fire unions. He's back.

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    [QUOTE=Big Blocker;2309608]Rudy is worse than dogcrap. He would be worse than W.[/QUOTE]

    "___________ will be worse than W".

    Get used to this phrase, everyone. Despite Bush being the heir apparent to Hitler, his successor will be worse.

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    [QUOTE=jr17892;2309614]People seem to forget that prior to 9/11, Guiliani was not a universally beloved figure in this city. I would dare say that as many people hated him as loved him. There didn't seem to any middle ground on people's feelings about him. After 9/11, that all went out the window. [B]I absolutely beileve he did an amazing job in the weeks and months after 9/11[/B], but again, people forget that he was only mayor for a few months after 9/11. Also, I am very uncomfortable with how often he keeps bringing up his post-9/11 role. It seems that every time he's asked a difficult question, he somehow manages to bring it back to his performance after 9/11. It just feels somewhat exploitative. You also have to wonder about a guy whose own children want nothing to do with him.[/QUOTE]

    What is it that he specifically did during and after 9/11 that was so amazing? What did he do that no one else would have done after 9/11? I personally think St. Rudy has built his own 9/11 legacy on pure myth. He did nothing that Bozo the Clown wouldnt have done in that same position. Not only that but St. Rudy takes way too much credit but never takes any of the blame for the many screw ups he was responsible for on that day.

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    Political views aside.....he is one of the best sports analysts out there.

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    [QUOTE=GEVREKS;2309599]i for one am not a fan of giuliani...he rode the coat tails of 9/11 to stardome before that he was pretty much worthless! I actually despise the guy....love his famil values as well..piece of dogcrap[/QUOTE]

    I agree..Rudy sucked.
    I miss that old NYC charm.

    My Windshield has been dirty for the last 14 years..Guilani took away all the good help.

    I used to keep in shape my being forced to run home and jump over the bums and abandoned cars...now I have to join a gym...what a ripoff.

    Al Gore is lying..Guilani closed the Porno Shops..Led directly to the invention of the Internet.

    No Justice...No Peace!
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    Bring Back Dinkins!


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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;2309625]What is it that he specifically did during and after 9/11 that was so amazing? What did he do that no one else would have done after 9/11? I personally think St. Rudy has built his own 9/11 legacy on pure myth. He did nothing that Bozo the Clown wouldnt have done in that same position. Not only that but St. Rudy takes way too much credit but never takes any of the blame for the many screw ups he was responsible for on that day.[/QUOTE]

    The law of Rudy: Everything good that happened in NY was all his doing (nevermind the crime rate was falling when he took office and guys like Ray Kelly and Bill Bratton probably had at least as much to do with it, if not more, than Rudy did), and anything that got screwed up (putting disaster response center in the WTC, not getting firemen good radios, Bernie Kerik) was the fault of his staff or advisors.

    He was a good --not perfect--mayor. He would be a terrible president.

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    oh and lets not forget how good he looked in that Redsox's cap a couple of months ago. He is a tool

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    [QUOTE=nuu faaola;2309635]The law of Rudy: Everything good that happened in NY was all his doing (nevermind the crime rate was falling when he took office and [B]guys like Ray Kelly and Bill Bratton probably had at least as much to do with it, if not more, than Rudy did), [/B]and anything that got screwed up (putting disaster response center in the WTC, not getting firemen good radios, Bernie Kerik) was the fault of his staff or advisors.

    He was a good --not perfect--mayor. He would be a terrible president.[/QUOTE]


    First, Rudy appointed them.
    Second, he provided a structure where the mayor's office backed them up.

    When the cops got crap from libertarians and the ACLU, Rudy said back off. Bums will be escorted out of the subways and to shelters. Dealers will be arrested. Kids/Dealers/People-up-to-no-good will be questioned by the cops.

    You forget what the 80's were like. New Jack City was real.

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    [QUOTE=GEVREKS;2309637]oh and lets not forget how good he looked in that Redsox's cap a couple of months ago. He is a tool[/QUOTE]


    That was the uniform of his little league team you moron.

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    [QUOTE=Bmiggsey;2309628]Political views aside.....he is one of the best sports analysts out there.[/QUOTE]

    Rudy does sports?

    Stephen A Smith is a tool.

    Brandon Tierney carries his show and has better insights than SAM.

    Where is SAM's unique accent from? Boston? Louisiana?

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    [QUOTE=Jetsound;2309647][B]First, Rudy appointed them[/B].
    Second, he provided a structure where the mayor's office backed them up.

    When the cops got crap from libertarians and the ACLU, Rudy said back off. Bums will be escorted out of the subways and to shelters. Dealers will be arrested. Kids/Dealers/People-up-to-no-good will be questioned by the cops.

    You forget what the 80's were like. New Jack City was real.[/QUOTE]

    And pushed them out as soon as the media started giving them credit for the crime turnaround in New York. And who did he replace them with? Bernie Kerik...an incompetent criminal crony under whos watch NYC saw a rise in crime.

    I

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    [QUOTE=sackdance;2309624]"___________ will be worse than W".

    Get used to this phrase, everyone. Despite Bush being the heir apparent to Hitler, his successor will be worse.[/QUOTE]

    Not at all. I reserve that designation for Rudy. I can't imagine any of the others being as bad as W, let alone worse. Well, maybe Romney. I don't know enough about him.

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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;2309657]And pushed them out as soon as the media started giving them credit for the crime turnaround in New York. And who did he replace them with? Bernie Kerik...an incompetent criminal crony under whos watch NYC saw a rise in crime.

    I[/QUOTE]


    I recall Kelly leaving to go to the private sector after a scandal like a cop shooting. My memory is thinning here.

    I recall Kerik as competent at his job, he just made some bad choices clearly with the apartment/girlfriend and immigrant house help. I don't know that Rudy was far enough in bed with Kerik to know he would abuse power.

    Be careful about the rise in crime statistic too. I think more people REPORTED crimes because the cops were more active and people's comfort level with the police was improving. It's like school tests - the scores went down because more of the drop outs and zeroes stayed in school.

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