House Speaker Richardson, can you help me here with my message to Rudy Giuliani?
This is neither the U.S. Senate floor [you remember Vice President Cheney's words to Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy in 2004; I thought you did] nor a males only pool hall.
Allowing comments to be posted on a blog such as this presumes those posting comments will appreciate the rights of others -- including myself -- to be able to read comments without being subjected to lewd language and inappropriate comments.
This notwithstanding, sometimes a remark evokes a response that does not use words as refined as House Speaker Glenn Richardson's inappropriate comment that referred to Gov. Perdue's "backside."
Tonight I read in the AJC's Political Insider something Giuliani said while in Atlanta earlier today:
His most inflammatory statement yet came when he drew the difference between Republicans and Democrats.
“Republicans are much more willing to be on offense against terrorism,” Giuliani said.
While I respect America's Mayor for what he did post 9-11, my reaction to such trash talk: Rudy Giuliani can kiss my ass, the son of a bitch.