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One more…

You’re right, J-Pod, Rudy worked for Ed Meese and yes, Meese is conservative, but the condition of conservatism wasn’t contagious in Rudy’s case in a number of ways.  As for Frank Rizzo and Rudy, the comparison was to your law-and-order platitude, nothing else.  As I think about it, Rizzo was pro-life, though. Hmmm. 

Incidentally, I think the case can be made for Rudy, but you’re not making it. And you certainly don’t make the case with the “senior-moment” nonsense. I would never say, for instance, that Rudy’s comb-over, which he wore for years, was a senior-like-moment. Now, maybe it was an interior decorating faux-pas, but that’s another matter.

Ok, I’m done for now, Gang.

Mark R. Levin — Mark R. Levin is president of Landmark Legal Foundation. Previously he served as Landmark’s director of legal policy for more than three years. He has worked as an attorney in ...

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