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  nyc mayor race (search mode)
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jokerman
Cosmo Kramer
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« on: July 02, 2005, 01:28:53 pm »

Giuliani was not on the liberal side. Bloomberg is. He was a former Democrat who only switched over for convenience purposes. New Yorkers vote for a person and their actions, not a letter... and this election is being fought over crime, education, housing and finances... all of which are getting better except for housing.

Giuliani is quite liberal on social issues.  pro gay rights (pro gay marriage) past one of the first domestic partnership laws in 97, very pro choice, andti PBA ban,, pro- Gun Control
I knew he was a social liberal, but I didn't know he was that liberal.  He could never win the GOP nomination and if he did, I could see Evan Bayh or Mark Warner carrying the entire south except for maybe Alabama.
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