"No real conservative would ever vote for Giuliani." "If Giuliani gets the ticket, I'm voting Constitution Party." "Giuliani is a left-wing radical." These are the sentiments I've heard recently by conservatives.
Is Giuliani a good choice for America?
Let's just ignore the fact that he's more liberal than many Democrats. After all, he's pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, pro-secularism, anti-religion, pro-gun control, pro-big government, pro-high taxes, pro-globalism, pro-interventionist, and has had numerous extramarital affairs. Let's, however, look at his stance on the third-world invasion of America.
Rudolph Giuliani has gone out of his way to support the third-world invasion of the United States. He has brought lawsuits to secure government subsidies for illegals. He has supported blanket amnesties, handouts, welfare, special privileges, free public schooling, free health care, and a whole hose of other special benefits for the third-world invaders of America. In short, Rudolph Giuliani is a better friend to illegals than to hard-working Americans.
But yet neocons and liberal Republicans say that we should vote for him because he is "patriotic". Is he?
Like Bill Kristol, Giuliani holds the following inconsistent positions.
(1) Giuliani thinks that we should spend billions of US taxpayers' dollars to secure the borders of Israel and deport foreigners from Iraq
(2) he simultaneously supports the open-borders, third-world invasion of the USA.
And this man is "patriotic"? Is this, or is this not, treason?
Have Republicans lost their minds?
William H. Calhoun is a writer, paleoconservative, farmer on his ancestral estate, and a graduate of the University of Chicago. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org