Is it True? Rudy Thumpin Hillary in Swing States PA, FL, and OH?


RudyGWell thumpin might not be the perfect word, but leading in these swing states may make Hillary’s team sweat a bit more at night. If Hillary is not even the top New York candidate, or Illinois, but most likely Arkansas, she is in a boat load of trouble.

Maybe the worlds smartest woman may look into the crystal ball and see that she is not going to be the winner and go back to the Senate where her damage can be mitigated.

In the head-to-head showdown, Giuliani thumps Clinton by 11 points in Pennsylvania and bests her by 5 in Florida – while the former first lady edges America’s Mayor by one point in the Buckeye State.
Giuliani crushes Clinton nemesis Barack Obama in all three states, racking up 12-point leads in Florida and Pennsylvania and a 4-point cushion in Ohio.
The Quinnipiac University poll found an eye-popping 51 percent of Pennsylvania voters back Giuliani – including 20 percent of Keystone State Democrats – over Clinton, who pulled in 40 percent support. Clinton eked out only a 1-point edge with women.  via New York Post Online Edition.

Oh, and Rudy is also beating the tail off of Obama too…

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    12 Responses to “Is it True? Rudy Thumpin Hillary in Swing States PA, FL, and OH?”

    1. robots on March 8th, 2007 1:26 pm

      Hillary will BOW out…she cant WIN

    2. Miss-Underestimated on March 8th, 2007 1:55 pm

      Run Rudy Run….

      How’s Hillarious doin in the southern states? I’m hearing the south ain’t happy with her little southern narration the other day.

      Run Rudy Run

    3. tuyvnsurvivor on March 8th, 2007 2:32 pm

      My Mom’s family are all a big family of Democrats. At a gathering this past weekend, they did not care for Hillery, and have negative pause for Obama. The muslim thing and too many black remarks. Not one supported Hillery, and for some of the strong minded women of our group, I found them not at all caring for Hillery a big signal.

      I kind of like Rudy, does seem he is well thought of around. Perhaps Newt will not run if Rudy continues to do well, yet if he does run I do not think he and Rudy will chop eachother down like the democrats will eat their own — with Hillery and the Clinton machine involved. This time, if no strong 3rd party runs, no Clinton. Seems big change in what the Demo’s need to do is emmediately at hand, just now looks like losing is more a concern.

      I asked my family in a low shout, if they would consider Rudy. A couple gave it some thought, others said they are democrats. Excuse me, but they know not what they do, but take a easy unchallenged way out. The family is moderate, strong patriots, and traditional enough to go demo when the party changed years ago.

      Myself, I am not going to have weavils in tonights bread meal — hopefully, no need to continue a tradition held in my earlier life.

    4. Bodo on March 8th, 2007 5:07 pm

      I like Rudy and I think the “America’s Mayor” moniker is probably descriptive of the affection a great majority of Americans have for him because of the leadership he demonstrated in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. But I really do not think he can parlay that affection into a Republican Party nomination. I think there are a great many mainstream middle-of-the-road Americans who swoon over Rudy, middle-of-the-road Republicans and Democrats alike, and I think Rudy is electable if he could get nominated, but I am sure that his pro-choice, pro-gay rights and pro-gun control positions puts him way too far left of the Republican Party platform for him to get the GOP nomination.

    5. txchic on March 8th, 2007 6:10 pm

      rudy has my vote!

      warts & all, he’s the best man running. he would have beat billary in the ny senate race had he stayed in the race.

      anyone considering voting for billary needs to understand that lots of people just don’t like her. i can imagine many other world leaders who might avoid her like the plague. she’s not personable & won’t be able to negotiate well. then there’s the fact that most of our troops wouldn’t be able to respect her as commander in chief.

      billary is most well known for her “stand by my man” attitude. while my hat goes off to anyone who can handle that, i just can’t respect her. i can’t be the only one who feels this way. how can world leaders deal with some one so pathetic?

    6. Scared Monkeys on March 8th, 2007 6:13 pm

      If Rudy had not come down with prostate cancer back when Hillary Clinton first ran for Senator of NY, she would have never won. Billery would have been nipped in the bud.

      Rudy’s only problem are the primaries and some of those in the South that really need to screw their head on straight.

      Would they rather have a Hillary Clinton presidency because that is what will happen if they do not support Rudy.

      Rudy would steamroll Hillary in a general election. She cannot beat him in traditional “Blue” states like NY. I would dare say that she might lose both NY & CA to Rudy in a head on head competition.

      Republican conservatives need to understand that it is more important to have an “R” in their than support a candidate that has no chance of winning.

      Rudy would have to pick a VP that is from the south to balance his ticket. I say he choses Haley Barbour, Gov of MS.

    7. Scared Monkeys on March 8th, 2007 6:15 pm

      Honestly … who would not love to see a Hillary Clinton presidential beating the likes of Reagan-Mondale?

      That would shut her screech up once and for all.


    8. dennisintn on March 8th, 2007 7:28 pm

      the only thing hilary is stable on is “stand by your man”. she’s all over the compass with everything else anyone has ever run a poll on.

    9. Scared Monkeys on March 8th, 2007 10:47 pm

      Although she did say she was no “Stand by your man woman” sitting at home baking cookies.

      What a joy she must be to be around.

    10. chloe on March 9th, 2007 8:40 am

      Ew! Rudy Guiliani makes my skin crawl. The way he married one of his many mistresses and tossed out his “old” wife and kids. Even his own children don’t speak to him. I can’t stand him in the least. I would never vote fo a guy like that. I just really don’t like him and I could go on all day. But I won’t. :)


      SM: You are entitled to your opinion; however, we have been told that a politicians person life is their own. Monica & Bill … that was a personal matter.

      I don’t agree with some of the stuff that Rudy has done; however, there is not one person who has not done something wrong in their life. If they state they did, I would be extremely suspect … especially a politician.

      To follow that same tact … then I would presume that you would have issues with Hillary as well. Staying by your man and blaming a right wing conspiracy for Bill’s indiscretions all for her own political gain. Its not like Monica was the first, just the most public.


    11. txchic on March 9th, 2007 10:51 am

      yes rudy left a wife for a mistress.

      he didn’t commit perjury over the matter, nor beg his wife to take him back & continue in the bad behavior.

      most people know divorce situations where children blame one parent or the other. kids act out like… kids, not speaking to that parent until they grow up & realize $hit happens. people fall in & out of love & there’s collateral damage.

      rudy is up front about the whole thing.

      perjury is a different matter… something the clintons don’t have an issue with when it suits their agenda. of course like everything else they blame on a right wing conspiracy. for once i’d like see the billary team take responsibility for something.

    12. Barb on March 9th, 2007 2:10 pm

      I’m a southern woman, and Christian. And, I’d vote for Giuliani in a heart beat over Hillary! And, I agree with the comment, had he not come down with prostate cancer, and pulled out of the race,he’d have won over her.

      And as one comment said, he did leave his wife – and he has trouble with his kids. But, I don’t know of any family that has gone through divorce with kids that don’t have similar problems! They blame one parent or the other. That’s no reason not to vote for a man whom I think could lead our country better than Hillary and Bill – we went through that for 8 years and we don’t need to repeat it!

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