Ed Driscoll


THE RUDY DREAM TEAM: Another Drudge link, this time from the The New York Observer, which claims that if Giuliani wants it, “he’ll be the Republican Party’s Vice Presidential nominee in 2004”. I have mixed emotions about this. I like the results that Giuliani got in cleaning up Manhattan, but I think he often went about it in a ham-handed way. (And I still remember Drexel-Burnham investment bankers being led away in handcuffs–the late 1980s Mike Milken trial made Giuliani, and it was just when I was considering becoming an investment advisor.)

I think I’d prefer Bush-Condi 2004, but I got to admit, Bush-Giuliani would be a slam dunk at the voting booth.