A lot of people have been sending me this article about Giuliani's daughter, Caroline, (definitely hot btw I sent her an email to see if she wants to set up a "support" group ;) ) and her Facebook page:
On her profile, she designates her political views as "liberal" and—until this morning—proclaimed her membership in the Facebook group "Barack Obama (One Million Strong for Barack)."
The article says she quit that Obama group rigth after the media contacted her, but I don't see what the big deal is. Back when I had a MySpace account (it was suspended because of a misunderstanding — long story), under "heroes" I listed Deepak Chopra (really helped me through a difficult period), Robocop and Warren Burger. I got an email from Tagg/Fagg telling me to "cut the malarkey, man." He demanded I remove Burger (and Robocop — don't ask) but I just ignored him. I mean, I eventually I took it off anyway, and replaced him with Joseph Smith, Jr., but that was my own personal choice for my own personal reasons I don't need to share. At least I didn't buckle, like Josh did when he was asked to remove Priscilla, Queen of the Desert from his favorite movies. (He can quote that film verbatim, by the way. You should ask him if you see him.)
And anyway, maybe Caroline Giuliani was really just trying to reach out to her dad. Maybe she feels ignored, or left out, and this was her way of fighting for some attention from him. Maybe she wishes he'd invite her on one of his campaign stops, or that maybe just once her dad would mention her name in an interview, or let her drive the MittMobile for a short leg on the Iowa campaign trail. But whatever—how should I know?