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Giuliani Defends Spending on His Mayoral Security

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posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 02:25 AM
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Giuliani Defends Spending on His Mayoral Security


www.nytimes.com

Rudolph W. Giuliani last night called a Web site’s account of his spending a “political hit job” as his campaign struggled to explain why hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel expenses for his mayoral security detail were billed to obscure city offices instead of the Police Department.

Overall travel expenses for the mayor’s office — which included a broad range of trips beyond just those involving the security detail — were clearly growing at the end of the mayor’s term, according to the
requests to the Giuliani administration for details and justification went unanswered
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posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 02:25 AM
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This reminds me of what Cheney did with all the white house details that were requested.. refused to give anything over.

one rule for them, another rule for the rest of us.

Somebody please kick these guys out....

www.nytimes.com
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posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 02:49 AM
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Case Closed America isnt ready for a Fem/Man President if Rudy wins god helps us all we surely will be super screwed.



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 03:17 AM
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Citing Statistics, Giuliani Misses Time and Again


In almost every appearance as he campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination, Rudolph W. Giuliani cites a fusillade of statistics and facts to make his arguments about his successes in running New York City and the merits of his views.

Discussing his crime-fighting success as mayor, Mr. Giuliani told a television interviewer that New York was “the only city in America that has reduced crime every single year since 1994.” In New Hampshire this week, he told a public forum that when he became mayor in 1994, New York “had been averaging like 1,800, 1,900 murders for almost 30 years.” When a recent Republican debate turned to the question of fiscal responsibility, he boasted that “under me, spending went down by 7 percent.”

All of these statements are incomplete, exaggerated or just plain wrong. And while, to be sure, all candidates use misleading statistics from time to time, Mr. Giuliani has made statistics a central part of his candidacy as he campaigns on his record.

www.nytimes.com...

Can it really get any better for him.. such a shame he feel he needs to lie to everyone so he can be popular. I knew a kid at school like that. He ended up alone most of the time...
Bless him..



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