A TWELVE-point-program? C'mon Rudy...
I'll admit that I'm no savvy political consultant, but logic tells me that if you are going to run for public office - especially POTUS - you should probably whittle your lengthy-bullet-pointed-plan down to three or four major ideas. Maybe five. Definitely not twelve.
Hell, in the press conference announcing his Big Plan, Rudy forgot one of his own priority points. You know that there is a problem when you can't even remember the twelve points in your twelve-point-program. The irony here is that the one that Rudy forgot (#4), is the point that discusses tax cuts and tax reform.
Photo: Josh Reynolds/AP
13 June 2007
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