Guess who is more popular than Hillary Clinton or John McCain?
Or anyone else for president in 2008.
According to Quinnipiac and Ruffini and Rasmussen and Hewitt, it's Rudy Giuliani.
Can they all be wrong?
UVA Professor Larry Sabato doesn't think Rudy will run.
But that was back in January before Rudy showed up in Florida at a conference of evangelical Christians and gave a rousing speech.
Does anyone remember Rudy's speech at the 2004 Republican National Convention?
How could you forget his words on September 11th 2001?
How about his remarks in October 2001 to the United Nations General Assembly's Special Session on Terrorism?
He cleaned up New York City. Remember "squeegee men?" Rudy rightfully thought that quality of life crimes were important enough to prosecute.
Remember Marc Rich, the billionaire who was given a presidential pardon in the waning days of the Clinton administration? Guess who as United States Attorney prosecuted Rich for tax evasion and illegally making oil deals with Iran during the hostage crisis?
Guess who prosecuted Wall Street billionaire tycoons Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken for insider trading?
So, what's your preference: McCain-Feingold, HillaryCare or Rudy?