Anyway, first up, why he would have been worse than Bush:
In short, Rudy never cared for legal restraints when it came to doing the thing that he thought right. Didn’t matter if it was bullying the city council, the borough presidents, or the Brooklyn Museum, and it didn’t matter if such bullying was prohibited by statute or constitution. Given the dreadful state of NYC in the late 80s and early 90s, this bullying went a long way to making the city livable and governable again. But it is also why he was wearing a bit thin by the summer of 2001. And also why he would have been a terrible candidate for the oval office. Anyway, just in case anyone frets about McCain’s temperament, here is a taste of vintage Rudy:
Before I ever got to finish the screed I promised KBusch, he fizzled, and the point became moot.
But, comes now his son, who was discriminated against because he is bad at golf and now seeks damages and, among other things, the right to use the Duke Golf Center for life.
The whole thing is so absurd that one almost wishes that Rudy were the nominee, just so that we could watch him answer questions about it