Andrew Giuliani Says Bloodline Qualifies Him And Is Running For New York Governance On Return Royalty Platform
Andrew Giuliani is the son of Rudy Giuliani. Andrew Giuliani thinks being Rudy Giuliani’s son is a big deal, and he is running for governor of New York on that basis. If you are a voter in New York, please do not elect Andrew Giuliani as governor.
First of all, to think that being linked to Rudy Giuliani is somehow a good thing should in itself be disqualifying for public office. Rudy Giuliani is a national embarrassment who has spent the past five years dishonoring the legal profession. I’m not saying that being Rudy Giuliani’s son should disqualify someone from public service. Being anyone’s son or daughter shouldn’t disqualify anyone from public service. What I’m saying is that being Rudy Giuliani’s son, and instead of starting with, “Look, I’m not my father, and I should be judged on my own merits” you walk out the door. with roughly: “my super dad? I inherited all of his leadership abilities, ”displays an acute lack of judgment which should be intolerable in a civil servant.
Besides, you know, Andrew Giuliani is only 35 years old. I m 35 years old. Don’t elect me to be your governor, either. The only government position I hold is an unpaid position on a regional parks and trails commission, and that is exactly the appropriate level of government responsibility for a 35-year-old.
Worst of all, however, are Andrew Giuliani’s repeated reminders to a bizarre eugenic style theory of inherited political aptitude. Giuliani called himself a “politician out of the womb” when he first announced his candidacy. “It’s in my DNA,” he continued.
I concede that whatever happened to Andrew Giuliani during a childhood he was raised by Rudy Giuliani could have imbued him with some sort of unique ambition for undeserved accolades, of course. But the first war we fought as a true nation was literally coming out of the cup of a monarch who inherited his position of authority, and I don’t think a lot of people are clamoring to go back to that genre. situation. system. Nearly 7,000 American Patriots Died Under the Yoke of King George III (over 25,000 if you count those who succumbed to the disease during the war), and it certainly wasn’t because they thought DNA was a suitable qualification for the job.
the real science of birth or creation of great leaders it is complicated. Some researchers have determined that inherited traits play a significant role in a person’s leadership qualities, or lack thereof, based on several studies of twins with common genetics. Other scientists point to the flaws in these studies and instead highlight both the many historical examples of important leaders without a family history of leadership and the fact that individuals can clearly develop better leadership skills throughout their lifetimes. .
What we do know for sure is that under a theory of nature or education, Andrew Giuliani is struggling, because, I mean, come on, his dad is Rudy Giuliani. We seem to be seeing this case study unfold in real time, as Andrew Giuliani claimed on Fox News on May 19 as “the only advertised candidate who has actually spent part of five decades in politics” – remember, Giuliani is 35 years old. He then repeated the claim on Newsmax. Giuliani tried unsuccessfully to explain what he was talking about, and was apparently referring to being alive in the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s and having a father who was at least tangentially involved. in politics during these times. Andrew Giuliani himself was never elected, and if you don’t let him take advantage of his father’s time in politics, Giuliani’s only government job seems to have been low-level nepotism hiring within the Trump administration.
Andrew Giuliani is unlikely to become governor of New York. Including Giuliani, there are already nearly half a dozen candidates declared for the Republican primary, and many more are showing interest. Additionally, New York tends to be strongly Democratic in general elections. But even if Giuliani’s campaign isn’t going anywhere, it’s problematic that he even has airtime to tout what appears to be his only qualification for the job of Rudy Giuliani’s son. Birthright leadership was not a good idea when America was founded, and it still isn’t today. And we’re the only country that has actually spent parts of 26 decades in this position.
Jonathan Wolf is a civil litigator and author of Your Debt Free JD (affiliate link). He has taught legal writing, writes for a wide variety of publications, and enjoys both financial and scientific skills. Any opinions he expresses are probably pure gold, but are nonetheless his only and should not be attributed to any organization he is affiliated with. Either way, he wouldn’t want to split the credit. It can be reached at [email protected].