May 31, 2007

Ex-FBI director endorses Giuliani ...

... they used to enjoy long fireside chats while dressed as Thelma and Louise.

Wait, wrong FBI Director.

Freeh endorses Giuliani and will serve Saint Andie's cabana boy as his campaign's senior homeland security adviser.

Freeh's endorsement is viewed by supporters as a boost to Giuliani's image as a strong leader against terrorism and crime in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. On the campaign trail, Giuliani has asserted that he and his fellow Republicans have the best approach to deterring terrorism.

"Rudy Giuliani's optimistic leadership is responsible for making the city of New York what it is today, one of the safest largest cities in the country and a place where the world feels safe to visit," Freeh said in a statement prior to a news conference.

"No one knows better than Louie Freeh what it takes to fight crime," said Giuliani.

Freeh, whose eight year-tenure as FBI director was marked by a long-running feud with
President Clinton, also will serve as senior homeland security adviser for Giuliani's campaign and will head the candidate's Delaware campaign. Freeh lives in Wilmington, Del.

Posted by phin at May 31, 2007 02:08 PM

Louie Freeh is a tool.

Posted by: The Fastest Squirrel at May 31, 2007 02:51 PM

Freeh has very disturbing statist tendencies that were exhibited under Clinton.

Posted by: Purple Avenger at June 2, 2007 08:06 AM

Comment pending approval.

Posted by: Project Vote Smart at June 4, 2007 02:40 PM