Giuliani: Romney is Good, But He's No Giuliani (We Don't Understand It Either)
Endorsements are vital parts of a campaign's method of connecting with voters who would otherwise remain skeptical of a candidate's performance. They run as supplements to the Big Picture, stumping on behalf of a message that they believe in for the most part (search: Republican candidates' speeches about Romney before and after Romney became the dominant frontrunner).
And Giuliani's explanation for his criticism: "Well, there's a certain amount of personal ego in that." When Rudyendorsed Mitt a month ago
, did he mention that he would be terrible at the job?
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