Giuliani continued to fire off: "He lied. He has been a disaster. The worst president for our economy in our lifetime. He doesn't want a second term. He wants a second chance, because he screwed it up the first time."
The former mayor, who also ran for president in 2008, pivoted to Romney's business experience, saying it should be considered a strength and blasted Democrats for making it a target on the campaign trail.
"They tried to humiliate him because of that. You know something, if Governor Romney can have the success for America that he had for Bain Capital, Thank God! Our people would be working again," Giuliani said, referencing Romney's former private equity firm.
Usta like Giuliani. A long, long, long, long time ago when he was fighting crime in New York as a U.S. Attorney.
Since then, as a politician (since his first campaign against Dinkins) he has presented himself as the epitomy of an ugly American and a consumate liar.
I mean, really, "The worst president for our economy in our lifetime"? Give me some context for this outrageous remark.
Giuliani's rhetoric against the democrats is always the most vicious thing you'll hear on TV. He doesn't just disagree with our party. He appears to hate each and every member of it.
And as for the President, he's never above lying for the good of the Republicans. Lets face it. Obama could save the world, end all wars, and make our economy the most vibrant in history and Rudy would still speak about him as if he were less than a cockroach - and then tell us he did NONE of those things.
There's a lot of ugly voices under the conservative umbrella. Prievus, McConnell, Cantor... too many to name. But few make me want to turn off my TV and vomit as much as this man does. He's a nasty piece of work. And it's too bad. He was a good mayor for a short bit of time, but he's the last person I'd ever have an ounce of respect for.