GOP attorney general candidate Todd P’Pool has been flexing his “100 percent pro-life” muscles throughout this campaign, including his TV ads, which tout his endorsement by pro-life groups and attack his opponent Jack Conway for being pro-choice.
Which makes the announcement of his special guest next week kind of odd:
MADISONVILLE – The Todd P’Pool for Attorney General campaign announced today that former New York City Mayor and former Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani will be campaigning for P’Pool on October 26th in Louisville.
Mayor Giuliani will join Todd P’Pool at a rally with supporters along with a press availability that will include police, firefighters, and law enforcement officials.
“Mayor Giuliani (is) a role model and textbook example of defined leadership,” said P’Pool. “At a time when Kentucky suffers from a lack of strong leadership – especially in the Attorney General’s office, it is an extreme honor to be joined in Kentucky by America’s Mayor.”
Role model, eh? Besides, uh…
My goodness. Mr. Gay Rights and Abortion Rights is coming to Kentucky for P’Pool. He is even a gun-grabber that wants condoms in schools for our poor innocent children!
I thought I knew you, Todd.
Also, P’Pool’s latest ad attacks Jack Conway for taking unfair swipes at Rand Paul, a “good man.”
Cue Giuliani, from last year:
“Trey Grayson is the candidate in this race who will make the right decisions necessary to keep America safe and prevent more attacks on our homeland. He is not part of the ‘blame America first’ crowd that wants to bestow the rights of U.S. citizens on terrorists and point fingers at America for somehow causing 9/11,” Giuliani said, in a clear swipe at Grayson’s primary opponent, Rand Paul.
Giuliani’s backing could help Grayson amplify his message on national security. The secretary of state has attacked Paul for “wonder[ing] whether 9/11 was our fault” and picked up the support of former Vice President Dick Cheney earlier in the campaign.
Gosh. Kinda makes you wonder why your “role model” didn’t endorse Conway, no?