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The Los Angeles Times today has a report on former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani’s "tough love." He told an elementary school child who was afraid of another terrorist attack that, "You have to face your enemy. The Republican candidate for president told a woman laid off when a paper mill closed to go recruit another employer. And then, Peter Wallstein reports: "On Friday, he cut off a man who asked an open-ended question on rural issues, telling him to ‘give me one problem.’ When the man listed two — jobs and transportation — Giuliani offered an answer but conceded he had not thought much about it. ‘There are not many rural parts of New York City,’ he said."

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Tough Love and Rural Indifference

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The Los Angeles Times today has a report on former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani's "tough love." He told an elementary school child who was afraid of another terrorist attack that, "You have to face your enemy. The Republican candidate for president told a woman laid off when a paper mill closed to go recruit another employer. And then, Peter Wallstein reports: "On Friday, he cut off a man who asked an open-ended question on rural issues, telling him to 'give me one problem.' When the man listed two — jobs and transportation — Giuliani offered an answer but conceded he had not thought much about it. 'There are not many rural parts of New York City,' he said."

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The Los Angeles Times today has a report on former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani's "tough love." He told an elementary school child who was afraid of another terrorist attack that, "You have to face your enemy. The Republican candidate for president told a woman laid off when a paper mill closed to go recruit another employer. And then, Peter Wallstein reports: "On Friday, he cut off a man who asked an open-ended question on rural issues, telling him to 'give me one problem.' When the man listed two — jobs and transportation — Giuliani offered an answer but conceded he had not thought much about it. 'There are not many rural parts of New York City,' he said."

 

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