Here's what Giuliani previously said about the time he spent at Ground Zero after 9/11:
"I spent as much time here as anyone...I was here five, six times a day for four months. I kind of thought of it as living here." Apparently, he may have exaggerated just a bit.
From the article:
That's the total amount of time Rudy Giuliani actually spent at Ground Zero in three months following the attacks, according to a report in this morning's New York Times.
Rudy, you'll recall, recently caused a huge controversy by saying he'd spent as much or more time at Ground Zero than "most" of the 9/11 recovery workers. These new revelations about his time at the site are almost certain to raise yet more questions about his efforts to run for President partly on his performance after 9/11 -- and to further enrage the firefighters, cops and rescue workers who despise him for those efforts and accuse him of falsely lionizing his own 9/11 performance.
I don't really think this guy deserves the reputation, reinforced by the SCLM, that his action after the horrific events of September 11, 2001 show that he's in any way qualified to deal with the problem of America's response to terrorism.