21 comments

  1. Chris says:

    Not an incredibably powerful pro-Ralph message but it does remind people to get out and vote which benefits both candidates.

  2. Jeff Emanuel says:

    Kerik’s downfall was an extremely public and nasty post-affair dispute he had with publisher Judith Regan; until then, he was seen as a rising star (I liked him, I’ll admit), but with that all of his skeletons came crashing out of the closet. Amazing how it just takes one thread to unravel someone’s entire sweater.

  3. BahamaBoy says:

    Jeff says: “until then, he [Kerik] was seen as a rising star.” Same could be said of Reed. And that’s my point: people aren’t always what they appear to be, and Rudy has already taken one hit for advancing a man whose had a few too many skeletons in his closet. Now he’s shilling for Reed? Go figure.

  4. eem2006 says:

    Why do you think Rudy is popular in Georgia?

    He polls close to last in polls about potential GOP Presidential candidates.

    And he didn’t raise squat for Reed, can’t be that popular.

  5. The Busdriver says:

    Oh yeah, about that $300k the Reed campaign says they raised at the Rudy event . . .

    Was that $300k Canadian?

  6. jacewalden says:

    Debbie will say just about anything for Reed. If Tom Delay came to Georgia and said “Vote for my friend Ralph”, Debbie would say “Tom Delay is very popular in Georgia.”

    Just leave her alone…

  7. debbie0040 says:

    I still like Tom Delay . Giuliani and McCain keep flip flopping in the polls for 2003. Some will have Rudy 1 and McCain 2 and some the other way around.

    The bottom line is if Rudy thought Reed did what Cagle accused him of, he would not still support Reed.

  8. nfire says:

    Is there a discrepancy between the way the Ralphie worshippers whined like babies when Cagle’s “$100,000 in a day” wasn’t all received in a day and how now they don’t think it’s a big deal at all that they told us they raised $300,000 w/ Guiliani and that turned out to be completely false?

  9. Jimbo says:

    Cagle thinks GOP voters are as stupid and uneducated as he is. He brings up all these false allegations against Reed in ads, and Reed comes charging back with some of his own .

    Voters respect Mayor Giuliani and Sen. Zell Miller and they trust them. They will believe them over a scumbag like Cagle anyday of the week.

  10. nfire says:

    Jimbo-

    Can you answer my question above? Why is it okay for Ralphie to puff up his numbers?

  11. landman says:

    Jimbo,your comments tend to make me think your IQ is right around your age,which based on the maturity of your remarks would be 16.

  12. Decaturguy says:

    Is it just me, or did Guiliani have to pause for a second in the tape, not remembering the Governor whom Reed helped elect, Governor … Sonny Perdue.

  13. Bill Simon says:

    Mayor Giulani’s word has ZERO credibility in a Georgia primary.

    I cannot wait for Newt to send a message talking about how much Ralph is a “family values” candidate, just like him!

  14. SOUTHERNCOMFORT says:

    JIMBO AND DEBBIE, Rudy has no pull in this race and will nEver be our canidate much less POTUS.You two are total morons…

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