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Rudy Giuliani will be speaking at Oglethorpe University tomorrow (Wednesday, May 16th). What questions would you like to hear him answer? (I know what I’ll ask, given the opportunity.)

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What is the difference between civil unions and domestic partnerships? (He supports the latter but not the former, as he said in his Houston speech.)

What do you most admire about Western Civilization and why is it worth defending?

I'm still not certain how the right to choose can be squared with strict constructionism, so I'm likely to ask about that. I'm also interested in knowing how he would support school choice at the federal level (something else he mentioned, to great applause, in Houston).

What do you think of "sanctuary cities"? What do you think of the fact that the Ft Dix terrorists would have been arrested and deported if not for these types of laws? You are running as a law-and-order candidate. Why did you defy the Federal government law and fight it all the way to the Supreme Court?

This is significant. Ask him about this.



“If the Republican Party nominates Rudy Giuliani as its candidate for either president or vice president, I will personally work to defeat the GOP ticket in 2008,” says Richard A. Viguerie, author of Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause.



“Rudy Giuliani is wrong on all of the social issues, is wrong on the Second Amendment, and is pretty much a blank slate on all other issues of importance to conservatives,” Viguerie adds. “If the Republican Party nominates him, it is saying to the American people that it has lost all purpose except the raw political desire to hold power. It will be time to put the GOP out of its misery."

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