Thursday, June 7, 2007

I honestly think Giuliani is as evil, or MORE evil, than Bush

Rudolph Giuliani, a man who wanted himself to be called "America's Mayor", is really, "America's Failure". But, I honestly believe (and this is my personal opinion, and as such, is self authenticating, and hence, 100 percent true) he is an evil and cruel hearted person, who should never hold public office. Wikipedia talks about the definition of evil :

"In religion and ethics, evil refers to morally or ethically objectionable thought, speech, or action; behavior or thought which is hateful, cruel, violent, or devoid of conscience. Evil is sometimes defined as the opposite of good, or anything that opposes the force of life. In most cultures, evil is used to describe acts or thoughts which are contrary to an established religion, or which could bring about suffering and death — the opposite of good."

Merriam Webster defines evil as:
"Etymology: Middle English, from Old English yfel; akin to Old High German ubil evil
1 a : morally reprehensible : SINFUL, WICKED evil impulse> b : arising from actual or imputed bad character or conduct evil reputation>
2 a archaic :
INFERIOR b : causing discomfort or repulsion : OFFENSIVE evil odor> c : DISAGREEABLE evil temper>
3 a : causing harm : PERNICIOUS evil institution of slavery> b : marked by misfortune : UNLUCKY "

I honestly believe that the word EVIL is appropriate. To me, he is ethically and morally reprehensible, and the opposite of GOOD.

Look at the history of the man as reported in online public reference material. Look at the way he treated his wife, look at his treatment of his fellow republican nomination candidate, Dr. Ron Paul, look at how his toadie, Ed Goeas, treated reporter Matt Lepacek.

Giuliani Accused Of 'Notorious Adultery'
"AP) Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's estranged wife has filed for divorce, citing adultery.

The filing by Donna Hanover, 52, came more than a year and a half after Giuliani filed to divorce her, citing cruel and inhuman treatment.

Hanover's lawyer, Helene Brezinsky, said her client rejected the grounds on which Giuliani's divorce was based.

"If there's going to be a divorce, let's have the truth about why — Rudy's open and notorious adultery," she said.

Giuliani spokeswoman Sunny Mindel replied: "There is no purpose in responding to this mudslinging."

Hanover's filing came June 10 in State Supreme Court. During the last months of Giuliani's tenure, his girlfriend, Judith Nathan, became the city's de facto first lady and appeared with him at official functions. "
Does THIS seem like ethical behavior or good behavior?
Giuliani or Evil Troll like creature?

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