Monday, October 29, 2007

Giuliani Attacks Clinton's Policies

On Sunday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani spent almost an entire event criticizing New York Senator, and Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.

Giuliani, adding to his remarks at an earlier event, told the Amherst crowd that Hillary Clinton should withdraw remarks she made in a Des Moines Register story.

According to Rudy, Clinton said once elected she would “sent ambassadors around the world to reach out to other countries and tell them that cowboy diplomacy is over.”

“This country only has one president at a time. We don’t need competing presidents,” Giuliani told a crowd of 50 supporters.

Rudy went on to criticize Clinton’s stance on Iran, Iraq and the economy.

Giuliani said Hillary’s policy proposals would create additional bureaucracies. He alleged that the Clinton health care policy would add eight new government agencies.

Before the event, Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign announced that the host of event, Amherst State Representative Stephen Stepanek, had endorsed Giuliani. Stepanek is a Republican whip in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and currently serving his third term.

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