Rudy Giuliani is carefully changing his opinion on many an issue in his presidential campaign to court the conservative voter. I get that. Does it really matter to Rudy one way or the other what the legality of abortion is? Does it really matter to him if more stringent gun control laws are passed? Unless he has a gay son that we haven’t heard anything about, do gay rights really matter to Rudy? Maybe a little bit, but not nearly as much as national security and the “war on terror.” So he promises to appoint strict constructionist judges and backtracks on his more liberal positions that he held as mayor of New York.
But I don’t understand this:
“I’m rooting for the Red Sox … I’m an American League fan, and I go with the American League team, maybe with the exception of the Mets,” he said. “Maybe that would be the one time I wouldn’t because I’m loyal to New York.” [AP story]
He could have said, “It pains me to say it, but I think the Red Sox will win,” or “Even though I am a Yankees fan, I recognize that the Sox have had the best team all year.” But to say that he will root for the Red Sox is unacceptable.
America, we cannot allow this type of flip-flopping turncoat into the White House. We need someone with strong, unwavering values. I can think of only one person for the job. Which is why I say to you, vote Romney!