Giuliani: I was at ground zero as often, if not more, than most of the workers ... I was there working with them. I was exposed to exactly the same things they were exposed to. So in that sense, I'm one of them," Giuliani told reporters in Cincinnati Thursday.
He's since backtracked, but when you see him say this...well...Giuliani knew exactly what he was doing. Playing his America's Mayor" character. His response was actually quite disturbing too.
"The way I said it, I probably could have said it better, but what I was trying to say was, I was there quite a bit, there are people that were there more than me, people that were [there] less than me. There were people there less than me, people on my staff, who already have had serious health consequences and they weren't there as often as I was," Giuliani said, "but I wasn't trying to suggest a competition of any kind, which is the way it come across. And I think I could have said it better. You know, what I was saying was 'I'm there with you.'"
Giuliani reiterated Friday that he, too, may get sick from the time he spent at Ground Zero following the attacks...
He fed Stu Bykofsky's new BFF---conservative host Mike Gallagher this defense. A friend who I grew up with in NY was a fireman at ground zero---actually working there for a long time. He still has a bad cough even after he retired two years ago.
Rudy Giuliani says that House Minority Leader John Boehner is the most "prevalent" voice in the Republican Party but the pundits over at Fox News says Boehner is too obscure for the Democrats to use in campaign ads.