Rudy back in Atlanta

Rudy Giuliani is coming back to Metro Atlanta:

Meet Presidential Candidate
Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Glover Park
50 Park Square
Marietta, GA

Sunday, December 2nd 4:00 PM

This event is free and open to the public. Family and friends are welcome.


  1. rugby_fan says:

    I would only take notice of this if the event said “Family and friends not welcome”.

    In fact, the first candidate to do so on an invitation gets my vote.

  2. GOPeach says:

    I have this overwhelming suspicion that the current Cobb GOP Leadership is pro-Rudy – after all it is controlled by moderates now.

    Here are just a few reasons RUDY is WRONG for the GOP nomination:

    1. He practically destroyed the GOP in New York State.

    2. He is a staunch supporter of Bill Clinton …..and I good reason to suspect he voted for Clinton over Dole! – Maybe you fellas can ask the Mayor on Sunday up at the Marietta Square.
    Ask him why he dropped out of the NY Senate race when Hillary threw her hat in the ring in 2000!!!!

    Also…. ask him how he can support abortion on demand, including partial birth abortion. You know this support that cost him the Conservative party line. He even went so far as to say that “his position on the issue was identical to Hillary’s”. Rudy was quite the darling of NARAL ( National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws) and seemed proud to have their support.

    The elites on the upper eastside of Manhattan, who know better than anybody, and are now Republican representative free (not one elected Republican from Manhattan anymore) looooove Rudy because of his support of abortion on demand. During the first debate, Rudy stated that it would be “ok if a strict constructionist judge” overturned Roe v. Wade and then went back and said that “it would be ok if Roe were upheld”. Which is it, Rudy? Or does that depend on whether your pals from the upper eastside are in the audience.

    Maybe the macho prosecutor be forced to watch this procedure since he approves of it – or at least did until ten minutes ago. Rudy insults the voters when he states that “he hates abortion but it should be an option”.

    Rudy, what is it about abortion that you hate? Do you hate it because it ends a life? If so, then why do you think it should remain an option?

    Do you seriously think that the pro life base of the party will come out to vote for you? I will write in a name rather than vote for a pro abort at the top of the ticket should be reminded that there are pro life Democrats, such as former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn, who have endorsed pro life Republicans over pro abort Democrats.

    I have heard Flynn state that “the Democratic party has lost its soul”. If the GOP gives the nomination to Rudy, we will have lost our soul.

    The Democratic Party is the party of death. If we turn our backs on the millions of babies destroyed since Roe – and even before Roe in New York State – we will become like them. We will also become a permanent minority.

    Pro life Republicans come out at the crack of dawn to vote and will travel to other states to campaign for pro lifers. If Rudy is the nominee, we will stay home. But I guess some people have to learn the hard way.

  3. Rick Day says:

    Congratulations, Peach.

    You managed to cover my monitor in self-righteous snot-infused anti-legal abortion slobber jabber.

    Great. Now. Where is that Falcon’s swag beach towel?

  4. Rick Day says:

    PS: do you think they will play the “Theme from the Godfather” when he approaches the stage?

    Perhaps a few dozen protesters humming along on the front reewww

  5. GOPeach says:

    RUDY will not have the support of the Conservative Pro-Life Base!
    If he gets the nomination – Hillary will be president.

    I am VERY connected to the Pro-Life Voters and they see NO
    difference in Hillary and Rudy on the #1 Issue – L I F E !!!!!

    The Pro-Life Voters know:

    1. Rudy gives to Planned Parenthood.

    2. Rudy declared ” Planned Parenthood Day” in NYC

    3. Rudy stated, ” My social views are identical to Mrs. Clinton’s”

    4. Rudy supports partial birth abortion!!!!

    5. Rudy supports Medicaid funding for abortion on demand.

    6. Rudy states he would appoint a judge who may OR MAY NOT uphold
    Roe v. Wade.

    Rudy has made it clear that he is uncomfortable with right to lifers.

    Like so many New York and West Coast elitists, he thinks that we are unbalanced and crazy, and an embarrassment to the more

  6. rugby_fan says:

    “Ask him why he dropped out of the NY Senate race when Hillary threw her hat in the ring in 2000!!!!”

    Because he was sick at the time and didn’t want to run.

  7. GOPeach says:

    Yeah right !!!

    That is what most think…
    He selfishly and harshly stood down other potential Republican candidates from entering the Primary race UNTIL his discovery of prostate cancer, leaving Pro -Life CONSERVATIVE Congressman Rick Lazio with very little time to organize an effective race against Hillary Clinton.

    Rudy is for Rudy….
    His own kids will not even speak to him!

    If a man can not have the respect of his children… how can he gain the respect of others?

  8. GOPeach says:

    Listen My Friends —

    I am glad for the good things RUDY did in NYC!

    He cracked down on crime ( in the Upper East Side at least)and he helped get people off welfare. He also helped the public schools improve a lot. I am glad for that… I will not ever take that away from him.

    He is just NOT going to get the Pro-Life Base to come out for him. It will be a disaster for the GOP if he gets the nomination.

    If you LOVE the GOP – love Rudy but do not nominate him. We can Love Rudy without electing him…

    I do have a place in my heart for him.

  9. Carpe Forem says:

    If that guy was really in all those places, I think Homeland Security might want to have a talk with him.

    I know, bad joke. Its that mezmarising music and first person moving text doesn’t do it for me.

    However, the overall message was nice. We all need a little loving confort during a crisis.

    I just wish those that failed in their responsibility to protect us were held accountable and those that were directly responsible were brought to justice.

    I guess I’m asking too much.

  10. Listen Here says:

    It’s not quite “the South will Rise again”.

    It’s more like, this man comes from a background which totally precludes him from representing my interests in a slower, more thoughtful, particularly rural and southern lifestyle. The man would most likely fidget on my front porch and not be able to enjoy an evening rocking in the rocking chair and drinking tea and whiskey.

    He’ll likely eye my property for it’s development and real estate value and place it on his to do list. He’ll likely rush into decision making and make poor decisions, be a loose cannon in diplomacy and more or less be the modern day Prince.

    His many vices and his instability make him unelectable. He’s just a fast talking, lying, slithering (just listen to his manner of speech), Machiavellian politician.

    He’s not a leader and he has no real followers. One strong wind, one crisis and you’ll see him seek to politically capitalize first and make decisions based around that gain. If he falters, his flock of geese will flee from him like Pompeii.

    At least Ole Tippecanoe actually did something. Ole 9/11 Rudy… …grandstands and doesn’t think about the safety of New Yorkers in and around Ground Zero.

  11. Harry says:

    I’m pro-life, and I support Rudy. Go figure.

    Pro-lifers should understand that a Rudy as president would look after the concerns of his base, including the struggle to gain life support. We need to keep the baby-killer party from winning the office. Rudy will generate enthusiasm and win in states where other GOP candidates would not. That’s the facts.

  12. GOPeach says:


    You may be a’ pro-lifer” but I would be a box of diapers that you are not connected with The Pro -Life Groups like GRTL, Bound4Life, Jews for Life, etc….. Like …. do you give these groups money??

    I didn’t think so. 🙂

  13. GOPeach says:


    You sound like you are a member of the current Cobb GOP…. It’s all about enthusiasm… I pray it rains in Marietta tomorrow.

    I am not EXCITED about working my ass off all my life paying thousands and thousands of what would have been my kid’s healthcare money into Medicaid to fund the murder of unborn American children so that we can feed, educate, and provide healthcare for the children of illegal non-Americans.

    Somehow I can’t find a party dress to wear to that show!

  14. Harry says:

    The glass is at least half full. I bet you join the team when you consider the alternative.

    Meanwhile, support your own candidate. Maybe if Rudy has to fight for the nomination right up to the convention, it will help keep him focused on conservative issues.

  15. debbie0040 says:

    I doubt the Cobb GOP is bringing him in. He probably has a fundraiser nearby and is having a free event as well.

    I support Fred but Rudy is my 2nd choice. I know many pro lifers that support Rudy because he can defeat Hillary.

    Any of our candidates are better than Hillary…

  16. debbie0040 says:

    GOPEACH, are you saying that you would rather have Hillary as President than Rudy?

    Thompson is the only candidate that is both a social and fiscal conversative.

    Even Rush said in his radio show that the only canidate in the last GOP debate that sounded conservative was Thompson.

    A college student that is a political science major pointed out some things to me yesterday.

    People accused Reagan of being lazy and not motivated and that he
    was not organized when he ran in 1980.

    This college student also made a very good statement as far as Romney’s conversion to a social conservative and Huckabee’s sudden conversion to being a fiscal conservative and against illegal immigration.

    This student said that he is not bothered by a “road to Damascus conversion but is bothered by a road to Des Moines conversion.”

  17. Harry says:

    If the rest of the US were like Georgia, yeah I’d support Fred. I love Fred. Here’s the problem: Fred isn’t Reagan. Even if Fred gets the nomination, he can’t be elected. Too many nominal Republicans and others around the country who can’t relate to Fred’s down home style, would stay home or even go over to the dark side. In a couple of weeks you’ll see how Fred plays in the swing states of Iowa and New Hampshire…not too great. None of these guys are perfect. I want to make sure that whoever gets picked can take on the obsessive-compulsive inevitable one, her greatly overrated narcissist husband, and their power-hungry, anything goes camp followers.

  18. GOPeach says:


    I am saying that there is no difference to the Pro-Life base between Hillary and Rudy.

    To the Pro-Life Base both candidates would appoint a Pro-Choice Supreme Court Judge !

    Both candidates will fund TAX Money to Planned Parenthood.

    Both candidates would wiil fund TAX money to Medicaid to abort unborn American babies.

    You can not tell the TRUE Pro-LIfe Base –
    “Look… Here are two baby killers, which one do you like the best?”

    Does that make sense? We do not make deals!

  19. GOPeach says:

    This is why Rudy is not a good pic for us!!! Our base will NOT Vote ” Choice” period! Our base is not “political”! Our base is MORAL!

  20. Harry says:

    I’ll concede you this, ‘Peach…it will be up to Rudy to convince you to vote for him. He will have to continue speaking to the judge issue and life issue.

  21. Romegaguy says:

    Peachy and her ilk will be as successful with their work to elect a President as they were with Lt Gov in Georgia and Randall Terry in Fla for the State Senate last year. Oh happy days.

  22. Romegaguy says:

    You mean the guy that the Dems put in office, hasnt been sworn in yet and will be looking for a job in a year?

  23. Cracker says:

    I try not to ever post here but GOPeach seems to be so articulate and such in the know I have to ask, how many others are out there in these Untied States of America, these indispensable social-fiscal conservatives that the world will stop spinning because the base of voters which she knows all too well and that she is so very well connected to will just stay home and not vote if Rudy is chosen giving the presidency to Hillary?

    GOPeach, you sure know how to alienate people from being Republican. Are you a Democrat Plant of some sort working for Hillary

  24. rugby_fan says:


    Did you bring up the fact Paul Broun wasn’t sworn in?

    I mean, I know the MSM drops the ball a fair bit, and you had the camera all to yourself. You could have given someone a shot at an Emmy.

  25. Chris says:

    I should have taken it up with the Mayor himself. Anyone who can take on King Kong _and_ reduce annual snowfall should be able to get a simple Congressman sworn in.

  26. rugby_fan says:


    Maybe that’s been my problem this whole time, I’ve often set my sights and goals too low.

    Hopefully I can get him sworn in before he loses the next election.


    This is perhaps the most important issue facing America and you dismiss us being silly.

    For shame.

    For shame.

  27. Holly says:

    Where liberals vote their pocketbook –
    Conservatives vote their conscience.

    Wait just a second. . . are you saying that liberals like being taxed? I’d have to disagree. They like spending taxes on government programs, but not being taxed. Similarly, many of them would probably say your statement applies more logically to conservatives, who have a platform of lower taxes, and most liberals I know genuinely believe they’re right on the issues.

  28. GOPeach says:

    Holly –

    Liberals vote to fund abortion to keep poor kids from ever being born. They vote welfare and national healthcare!

    This a liberal spin on “Vote their Pocketbooks”.

  29. GOPeach says:

    Rug Fan-

    You will be both floored ( like a rug) and blown away (like a fan) whenever you come out of your deeeeeeeeeep state of denial…

    You are as a boat in Egypt! ( in de Nile)

  30. rugby_fan says:


    Show me proof that Paul Broun was sworn in.

    If everyone except you on Peach Pundit has doubts that he was sworn in, don’t you think that might be a good reason to question your beliefs?

  31. rugby_fan says:


    Were you there? Can you confirm that he was sworn in?

    If you’ve been reading, you will no doubt know that Buzz has said numerous times that Paul Broun *WAS NOT*, I repeat, *WAS NOT* sworn in.

    A response?

  32. GOPeach says:


    I watched this ON CSPAN!!!!

    I saw him raise his right hand and SWEAR IN!!!!

    Phil Gingrey saw him swear in.
    Lyn Westmoreland saw him swear in.
    Tom Price saw him swear in.

    Are you guys in some sort of twilight zone???!!!

  33. rugby_fan says:

    Were you there?

    It is real easy to fake these things nowadays.

    Notice how neither he nor his staff have bothered to correct us on this either.

    Any doubts yet?

  34. GOPeach says:

    TIM ECHOLS …. I heard Tim Echols was there!!!

    Tim Echols….. puhleeeeeeeze correct these boys so they can stop this silly talk about Congressman Broun not being sworn in.

  35. rugby_fan says:

    But were YOU there.

    How can you be so confident about an event that YOU did not witness happening.

    What if Tim Echols &c. are part of the conspiracy to keep Broun out?

    Why hasn’t the horse himself spoken if this were so concrete?

    A response please.

  36. rugby_fan says:

    I don’t.

    Look, the thing about Broun being sworn in is that there is so much doubt about it happening.

    And just to add a little more fuel to the fire, I just called his “congressional office”…no answer.

  37. GOPeach says:

    Rugby Rugby Rugby….

    You are soooooooo silly – Sweetie….
    Can’t you fill that pretty little mind of yours with some happy thoughts….

    Like Congressman Broun being an AWESOME statesman from the greatest state in the nation!

    He is a perfect 10 from the 10th~


  38. rugby_fan says:

    Here is a happy thought.

    Knowledge is a justified true belief.

    I can not say that my belief that Paul Broun is sworn in is justified when so many people are skeptical.

    The thought that me might get sworn in makes me happy.

  39. Donkey Kong says:

    I was going to email Erick and say I was noticing the increased number of comments on PP and thought it was great. That’s when I realized that they were all from GOPeach.

    GOPeach, glad you’re back. You add a unique spice to our peachy soup.

  40. timechols says:

    GOPeach is right. Broun’s swearing in was on CSPAN for all to enjoy. It was a night I will never forget and a reminder that nothing should be taken for granted in politics. I hope I can count on rugby_fan to support Dr. Broun in the upcoming primary.

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