17 Insane Rudy Giuliani Quotes As Motivational Posters

"I don't think waterboarding is torture."

Rudy Guiliani never seems to bite his tongue. The former mayor of New York City can't help but share inflammatory hate speech on black on black crime, the right to profile Muslims and as everyone has heard by now, the questions of Obama's patriotism and upbringing. 

Vice President Joe Biden once said that Guiliani can only mention three words in a sentence — "a noun and a verb and 9/11." If only Biden's joke was true, the media and political landscape both would be much less a joke itself without the hate speech expressed by "America's Mayor."

1. When he questioned President Barack Obama's patriotism:

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2. And defended himself by questioning Obama's blackness:

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3. And Obama's leadership:

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4. When he offered Mitt Romney advice for the 2012 election:

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5. When he explained why white officers are killing so manyunarmed blacks:

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6. When he weighed in on torture:

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7. And make this hilarious joke about it:

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8. When he completely forgot about 9/11:

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9. And when put terrorism in perspective for us all:

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10. When he said it's not ethinic profiling to focus on Muslims

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11. When he explained why his stop-and-frisk policy isn't racist: 

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12. When he displayed his humility:

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13. When he offered this backwards definition of freedom:

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14. When he repeated this moderate tagline at every campaign appearance:

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15. When he exposed Hillary Clinton and Obama's agenda:

 

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16. When he spoke out on the Eric Garner protests: 

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17. And when said this after Darren Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown:

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Justin Michael Carissimo is a writer living in Brooklyn. He's written for BuzzFeed, Legal Funding Central, International Business Times and Ashton Kutcher's A+. Follow him on Twitter: @JstnMchl.

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