Giuliani is Way, Way Over the Line
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Giuliani is Way, Way Over the Line

As a New Yorker who experienced 9-11 and a Republican prior to the party’s seizure by the current president’s people, I have found it very difficult to be publicly critical of Rudy Giuliani, no matter what absurd statement he makes in his desperate effort to defend his “client.”

I have experienced the devastation of Altheimer’s disease within my own family.  Giuliani’s erratic behavior and his inability to stick with a coherent argument leads me to believe that Giuliani is in some form or another suffering from many of the disease’s early and not-so-early symptoms.

Nonetheless, I cannot resist any longer.   The New York Times recently reported that Giuliani has contacted Romanian President Klaus Iohannis to criticize Romania’s anti-corruption drive. 

All indications, especially following the Cohen plea deal, point to the increasing likelihood that the last election was the result of a Federal racketeering scheme (that I first proffered months ago here).   To those outside this country, now more than ever before, the US appears as a nation that has, at least temporarily, become one of moral turpitude.

Since the end of the Cold War, the US’s involvement in Eastern Europe and Russia had as a foundation the promotion of the virtues of democracy and the law-based state.   Giuliani, who built his career as a respected jurist and a “law and order” prosecutor, has gone way over the line to promote the opposite.  It’s all very sad.  Frankly, I not only feel a bit sorry for the man, but I see clear and abundant indications of the very real illness he is experiencing.

Ari Socolow
Ari Socolow: Ari Socolow is the Chief Economist and Editor-in-Chief at BestCashCow. He is particularly interested in issues relating to financial literacy and bank transparency. Since co-founding this website in 2005, Ari has been frequently cited in the media as an expert on local and national savings accounts, CD products, mortgage and loan products and credit card rewards products.
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