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Comments on Faultline USA: Midland Reporter-Telegram: Hatchet Job on Giuliani and the GOP?





Updated: 2017-11-09T09:34:10.186-06:00

 



With all due respect to Mr. Volpe who said “I don'...

2007-10-08T19:18:00.000-06:00

With all due respect to Mr. Volpe who said “I don't know anything about this case, and I certainly didn't mean to say the case itself is some sort of a conspiracy theory,” yet goes on to say, “Furthermore, the idea of a North American Union is also not something that is taken seriously by most mainstream conservatives,” he is not only dead wrong, his statements in the comments are obviously totally contradictory.

Mr Volp3, the issue of the NAU is very well documented and not just within, as you say, “fringe groups.” Want some facts you can deal with? Start with the Council on Foreign Relations for starters.
Although I personally like Giuliani, he is no social conservative. During an election cycle it is imperative that allegations of serious ties to open borders by any conservative candidate should be seriously vetted.

I tend to agree in part with Mr. Volpe in his statement, “There is no big law firm anywhere in the U.S. that is not involved in some sort of a controversial case. To try and tie Giuliani to this case is really rather unfair.”

I for one, hope and pray that Giuliani has no further ties, but since the allegations have been brought forth, we must pursue the truth.



Because the NAU it is not being discussed is preci...

2007-10-08T16:32:00.000-06:00

Because the NAU it is not being discussed is precisely why it needs to be brought up. Yes it is in the creation part of it and I would say all candidates are aware of it and Rudy is just a little more in bed with it than others. It is well know and not conspiracy that it is being discussed and is kept under the radar. This is not an issue to forego and return to later. It needs to be nipped in the bud NOW.

RON PAUL is the man who is in bed with just his wife and can restore this country back to its greatness.
RON PAUL 2008



I will say it again. The accuracy of this NAU supe...

2007-10-08T12:17:00.000-06:00

I will say it again. The accuracy of this NAU superhighway is really not the issue. If you look at a top ten list of any issues among conservatives planning to vote in the Republican primaries, and giving or planning on giving money, it won't be there. It won't be in the top twenty, thirty, or one hundred. Thus, it is not an issue that drives Conservatives when voting or giving money. Thus, if it is mentioned in a piece analyzing Rudy's electability, it is not analysis, because his ties to it, or lack thereof, have no effect on his electability.

Again, Rudy wasn't involved with the case. He doesn't even know it exists. He leant his name to the firm. Any big law firm will always have significantly controversial cases. That is just the way it is. To highlight one with some sort of conspiracy in it, in a piece that analyzes someone's electability, is done merely so one can do a hatchet job on them.



Faultline: A rose by any other name is still a ro...

2007-10-08T11:25:00.000-06:00

Faultline: A rose by any other name is still a rose. The rose exists, the rose grows, the rose takes in nutrients ... it exists

Whether people want to say that the NAU, by whatever name they place on it, is conspiracy theory, is just ... well ... nuts. Like the rose, it exists, it's growing, it's taking in money and businesses.

"Fringe" groups have been know to be right about things. Just because the majority have not been informed of the facts, doesn't mean the facts are not so.



This Michael Volpe, proprietor at Proprietor Natio...

2007-10-08T10:15:00.000-06:00

This Michael Volpe, proprietor at Proprietor Nation, and I want to set the record straight. I don't know anything about this case, and I certainly didn't mean to say the case itself is some sort of a conspiracy theory. I don't know and frankly I don't care, since at the bottom of the article it made clear that Rudy is not involved with the specific case and probably doesn't know anything about it. My point was that the two groups mentioned, John Birch society and the Eagles Forum, are both fringe groups, not mainstream Conservative groups as was hinted by the article. Furthermore, the idea of a North American Union is also not something that is taken seriously by most mainstream conservatives.

This idea of a North American Union was brought up by the article as a red herring. It was meant to scare people when really it is something discussed by fringe groups.

It is quite possible that this law suit has merits and the people representing by the firm are trying to take advantage of people, and I say so what. There is no big law firm anywhere in the U.S. that is not involved in some sort of a controversial case. To try and tie Giuliani to this case is really rather unfair. That was my point. I never meant to demean the merits of the specific case.