Saturday, February 17, 2007

Levin and McCarthy on Giuliani

Mark Levin (subject link) and Andrew McCarthy of National Review weigh in on Rudolph Giuliani.

Levin urges conservatives to view Giuliani with caution, while McCarthy gives Giuliani his early endorsement.

Meanwhile ABC reports praise for Giuliani from Newt Gingrich, which brings to mind once more the possibility of a Giuliani-Gingrich ticket, with Newt helping to appease conservatives wary of Giuliani's social views.

In terms of political ideology, that seems to be a good idea -- but is America ready for a Presidential ticket where the candidates have six marriages between them?


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