Rude Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York, and unsuccessful Republican Presidential nominee, says President Obama doesn’t “love” America, and then he said his remarks are not racist because Obama had a white mother. Sounds crazy – and it is – but it’s also true.
Rudy has terminal West Wing envy. And not very good political judgment. Or good manners.
Rudy was hosting a reception at the formerly chic mid-town NY watering hole, “the 21 Club,” on West 52nd Street, for Governor Scott Walker – so the Governor could find some open checkbooks for his nascent presidential campaign.
That fund-raising reception may have also been calculated to position Rudy for a cabinet post should Republican Governor Walker win the 2016 Presidential sweepstakes.
But Rudy’s gotta hate and, seemingly, no one more than President Obama.
At this “private” gathering, Rudy said, “I do not believe that the President loves America.” Rudy also said, “I know this is a horrible thing to say.” Then, why did you say it Rudy? Because it was “private.” You’d think he would have learned something from “the Mitt.”
Rudy later unwisely added that his remarks about Obama’s upbringing should not be considered racist because the president was raised by “a white mother.”
It sounds like something a comic like Jon Stewart would make up. But no, it’s true. Rudy really said that. Continue reading