Rudy GiuliRomney: I voted for McGovern but I WANTED to vote for Nixon




Are Republican primary voters really that dumb?

“I had traditionally been a Democrat,” Giuliani told me in a recent interview in Las Vegas. “It was almost like a reflex mode. I actually remember saying to myself, ‘If I was a person really deciding who should be president right now, I’d probably vote for Nixon, because I think the country would be safer with Nixon.'”

So does Giuliani think Republicans who want to vote for him should really vote for a Democrat? And more importantly, how low can Giuliani go in terms of flip-flopping on every major issue he’s ever had an opinion on? Bonus question: Who has now renounced more life-long views, Giuliani or Romney?


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