For those who do not know, I am was a proud supporter of the Rudy Giuliani Presidential bid. He came in 3rd place tonight in Sunny Florida. Florida was the back drop and center of his campaign. He stacked everything on this state. Much can be said by the media about his campaign, he himself and his policies.
Whether you like the man or not, he is a strong-wilded and descent human being. He has devoted much of his life to public service. First, Deputy Attorney General in the Southeastern District of New York, Associate Attorney General in the Reagan Justice Department and Mayor of New York City. For over 20 years, Rudy Giuliani devoted himself to helping people and making the world around us better and safer.
He possible endorsement of Senator John McCain comes as no shock to me. The Senator and John McCain have been good friends for some time.
For now I will take a step back for Presidential politics. I will still keep in the news and participate in what I can. I have no formal support for any candidate.
Obviously some possible support may come as the November elections draw near. John McCain is one I would consider helping. I respect the Senator very much and like his moderate stance on many things. He is a person that can provide results and bipartisanship in Washington. He is a fiscal conservative with his willingness to reduce entitlements, pork barrel projects and other such things. He does not have the best pro-growth economic record. I can look past that in many ways, but that stands as a big issue.
Michael Bloomberg possible run for president is another candidacy I would consider supporting. Mayor Bloomberg has a wonderful pro-growth economic record. His moderate stance and independent run is a appealing me and the American people. It would definitely boil down to what the party nominees were, Bloomberg’s actual chance of running and his full platform.
I believe that any Republican (except for Mike Huckabee) would implement the a pro-growth economy while president compared to Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama. I respect both Democratic candidates, but both candidates policies towards government role in people and anti pro-growth economy is concerning.