Pat Robertson is to Giuliani as Cindy Sheehan is to…

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One final thought on the Giuliani endorsement made by Pat Robertson today. I find it completely wacky that Robertson, who made his career speaking out on social issues like abortion and gay marriage, chose to ignore those issues when making his choice. Here’s how Ed Kilgore put it over at Democratic Strategist:

I’ve tried to think of a Democratic analog for the unlikeliness of this particular endorsement, and the best I can come up with is Cindy Sheehan joining Hillary Clnton’s campaign out of admiration for her energy proposals.

Spot on.

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