Below are remarks and positions of Rudy Giulianiformer candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States. Mayor Giuliani has described himself as a moderate Republican. An August poll from Rasmussen Reports showed that the American public perceives Giuliani overall to be a moderate.
Across six months in office, Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani has had a strained relationship with gay-rights advocates, parting ways with them on a range of issues from his long refusal to condemn a supporter who spoke out against the Gay Games to his decision to march in the St. Patrick's Day parade despite the exclusion of a group of homosexual marchers.
His appearance at an annual political roast was exactly 10 years ago, and at the time, the idea of the tough-talking mayor in a busty ball gown raised eyebrows but was mostly accepted as a good joke — adhering to an unwritten rule for the shenanigans that take place at the roast, known as the Inner Circle dinner. Shortly after winning re-election that year, Giuliani took his feminine side to a national audience. Now that Giuliani is running for the Republican presidential nomination, experts and political observers are wondering whether those well-photographed and widely documented performances — and others — could damage his campaign.
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The setting was the federal courthouse in New Haven, Connecticut, in Giuliani was the top gun from the Southern District of New York. He typically sported a goatee, pinstriped suits with a pocket square and glasses with his initials in rhinestones.
The grin is utterly horizontal, a perfect straight line, as though a ruler and a razor together had cut it into his face. Five hundred people have gathered inside the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale in the Bronx, and Giuliani is standing before them, above themon a stage. He is wearing a black suit.
Wilson 's Broken Windows research. This involved crackdowns on relatively minor offenses such as graffiti, turnstile jumping, and aggressive "squeegeemen," on the principle that this would send a message that order would be maintained and that the city would be "cleaned up. At a forum three months into his term as mayor, Giuliani mentioned that freedom does not mean that "people can do anything they want, be anything they can be.
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It started at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, where Giuliani raved and gesticulated about the podium like an Aztec priest offering up fresh beating hearts to Quetzalcoatl. This is it! It might seem like this summer has marked a sad break with that old Rudy, or proved him a sellout.
Marching behind a sign that read "No Cops, No Banks," the demonstrators appeared to be protesting the increasing corporatization and police involvement with the annual event. According to Gothamist photographer Scott Lynch, the demonstration was resolved calmly, with police giving the protestors space for 10 minutes before making arrests. The crowd was "mostly irritated by the delay, and heartily cheered the police band that followed," according to Lynch. The protesters blocked the parade and were chanting about NYPD.