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October 23, 2007 11:23 PM UTC

Giuliani's Campaign Done in Colorado?

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  • by: Haners

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Maybe Bruce Benson was on to something by not endorsing Giuliani…

As everyone around me at work is cursing their computer as they try to buy tickets to the world series, Giuliani’s camp better hope they don’t find their way to this article:

http://news.yahoo.co…

That’s it.  Call it.  He’s done here in Colorado.  The staff might as well just take their ball and go join Romney’s camp.  Or Huckabee’s so Chuck Norris doesn’t punch them in the SOUL!

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21 thoughts on “Giuliani’s Campaign Done in Colorado?

    1. Rudy’s a fun-loving guy, which may be hard for some Rockies fans to comprehend. When I was a Yankee fan as a kid, I always pulled for the American League in the All Star game and the World Series.

      Now, as a Denver fan, I pull just a tiny bit for the leagues that our teams are in.

      Natural, don’t you think?

      Right now, I’m for what Rudy’s for. He’s the man for 2008.

      1. Red Sox RudyThe New York Post and The Daily News reacted strongly this morning to Rudolph W. Giuliani’s announcement that he would be supporting the Red Sox in the World Series. Center, Mr. Giuliani on Opening Day at Yankee Stadium in April. (Photo: Robert Caplin For The New York Times)

        This actually makes a lot more sense identifying Rudy (and his followers) as Redcoats. If you remember, those who joined the Redcoats were called “loyalists” during the American Revolution, not Patriots. They betrayed the country, for an authoritarian regime to rule over the colonies, to be loyal to King George… it sounds all too familiar.

  1. watching baseball is about as boring as watching golf.
    So my opinion is who cares. The World Series or not.
    (I’m actually pulling for a Red Sox sweep just so all the Rocky’s bandwagon riders fall on their collective asses.)

    But with that said, can’t the guy have a favorite team?

    1. interspersed with brief moments of great excitement.

      What gets to me is watching baseball on TV. After a while, I get so tired of lingering close-ups of guys spitting incessantly (what’s up with that?) and crotch adjustments. Geez!

      Attention camerapeople: stick with the wide shots and stop with the close-ups of interminable length.

      1. is a baseball player, bat in hand, having a nic fit while his cup is pinching his johnson.

        Football has the ass slap.

        Soccer has the shirtless celebration.

        Baseball has the crotch adjustment while spitting.

        American as apple pie. 🙂

  2.   Is he going to oppose the Red Sox (at least while in Colorado) after having previously rooted for them?
      Shifty Schaffer, I presume, is not taking a position  because he is not officially a candidate yet.

  3. Anyone familiar with American culture must understand what it means to play with the “boys of summer”…and then end up in the World Series. I’ll never forget the 2005 series when The White Sox won for the first time in 88 years and grandchildren, dads and gramps were all crying and whooping it up. Three generations….it was sight.

    In 2004 when the Red Sox won it, they had waited 86 years, having last beat the Cubs in 1918! This is a rare event. It’s too bad tickets are so hard to find.

    1. …(notice the lack of accent!) every kid had to pick either the Dodgers or the Yankees as their favorite.  I chose the latter.  But I never developed any interest in sports, really.

      But I recall fondly that if we were quiet and got our work done in the afternoon, the teacher would send a kid to the office and have the series piped to the room. 

  4. This has to be the most ridiculous thing that I have ever seen on POLS. If you are going to let a baseball team affect the way you think of a presidential candidate. Rudy is not done in Colorado!

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