This is a filthy obscene post

You might want to skip it. It’s not nice at all. I’m about to quote Rudy Giuliani.

Jewish men have small cocks because they can’t use them after they get married, Giuliani said, according to the transcript. Whereas the Italian use them all their lives so they get bigger.

Giuliani railed against how Jewish people want to go through that freaking Passover all the time and how they should get over the Passover because it was 3,000 years ago. OK, the Red Sea parted, the transcript reads. Big deal. Not the first time that happened.

Giuliani doesn’t elaborate on other instances when the Red Sea was parted.

The transcripts also feature Giuliani discussing which celebrities are Republican. Giuliani is trying to think of someone in particular and Dunphy volunteers that Matt Damon is “very liberal.”

Matt Damon is a fag, Giuliani replies. Matt Damon is also 5’2″, eyes are blue. Coochi-coochie-coochie-coo.

Various websites list Damon as around 5’10”. It’s unclear why Giuliani invoked the 1920s song “Has Anybody Seen My Girl? (Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue)” or what it has to do with the actor.

Then there are the lewd comments directed toward Dunphy. Come here, big tits, Giuliani says on one occasion, according to the transcript. Come here, big tits. Your tits belong to me. Give them to me [indiscernable]. I want to claim my tits. I want to claim my tits. I want to claim my tits. These are my tits.

America’s Mayor, everyone!

It’s amazing what kind of filth has risen to the top of this country by preaching righteousness and their wretched vision of morality.


  1. wzrd1 says

    I think the shoe polish seeped into his brain.
    Well, he’s likely to end up disbarred. Just more flotsam along the course of the Trumptanic.

  2. wzrd1 says

    No, flotsam isn’t the correct word, jetsam is. Someone might want flotsam, nobody wants jettisoned garbage.

  3. ardipithecus says

    “Only the best people . . .” I wonder if one of those words is missing an ‘a’.

  4. says

    Amazing how, for all the success he’s had (he was mayor of one of the great cities of the world), a man can reach his twilight years hating absolutely everything, and find no peace.

  5. Snarki, child of Loki says

    it was tots appropriate that Giuliani gave his big press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, since he’s all about Lawn Ordure.

    …why, he practically oozes it!

  6. says

    @4 – “for all the success” – from what I gather people kept the important stuff away from him when possible, both while he was DA and while he was mayor. We know from sad experience that democracy doesn’t necessarily have the most desirable outcomes. But also, yea, a lot of this can be part of some kind of dementia process. I don’t know how it’s described in mental health, but I know that people can decline into delusions and lose significant aspects of their executive function. It’s probably something common, like cerebro-vascular disease, which has a staggering variety of how it presents clinically.

  7. raven says

    It is even worse when you remember that Giuliani once ran for president.
    You can imagine how that would have worked out if he had won.

    We had someone else just as bad run for president and managed to win.
    The Trump regime was not a fun time.

  8. mordred says

    Big dicks, Tits, generally reads like some randomly selected sentences jumbled together:

    If he was a bit younger I would suspect all the spam mail on the net had developed a consciousness and incarnated in human form!

  9. Artor says

    Why is Ghouliani demanding someone else’s tits? Doesn’t he have some floopy moobs of his own?

  10. robro says

    Speaking of scumbags in places of power: New Orleans archbishop ignored board findings on clerics accused of abuse. No surprise, right?

    [Archbishop] Aymond’s management of the cases in question as the leader of the US’s second-oldest archdiocese is outlined in a memorandum which attorneys for victims of clerical sexual abuse prepared and handed to law enforcement in the latter part of last year.

    It exposes the latest damaging revelations in a decades-long scandal at the 230-year-old archdiocese, which has been shown to have gone to extreme lengths to cover up for a confessed child abuser. The scandal mirrors similar events involving the Catholic church elsewhere in the US and across the world.

    The 48-page memo alludes to secret internal archdiocesan records that were handed over after the local church sought federal bankruptcy protection in 2020 in response to a wave of abuse-related lawsuits. Because confidentiality rules guide the bankruptcy, both church officials and advocates for molestation victims have worked to keep the memo hidden from public view.

    The Guardian obtained a copy and noted that the administrative actions outlined within the document starkly contradict transparency promises made by the worldwide Catholic church amid the fallout of its ongoing clerical abuse scandal.

    Aymond was among those who offered up those promises when – faced with mounting pressure to come clean about clerical molestation in New Orleans – he published the first version of a list of dozens of priests and deacons who were considered by his archdiocese to be credibly accused sex predators.

  11. birgerjohansson says

    The jewish scriptures are as BS as the Christian ones Giuliani is presumably a believer in.

    And his rambling about genitalia might be OK for a stand-up comedian if they led to a punchline, as they are in the business of shocking through bad taste.
    Or it might be OK for a 12- year old joking with his friends.
    Not so much for a political figure as mr. Giuliani.

  12. birgerjohansson says

    I love it when evil bastards self-destruct in as spectacular a way as possible. This is almost as good as Batman recording the words of the Penguin.

  13. seversky says

    I’m sure the MAGA-cultists will dismiss Guiliani’s ramblings as just more locker-room badinage as they did with Trump because likely that’s how most of them think and talk.

  14. lotharloo says


    If Guiliani had won, he probably would have been an average US president in terms of horribleness.

  15. says

    @4: He was probably always like that to some degree. It’s just that that persona helped his career long enough, and consistently enough, that it just got set in concrete, and then became extra-demented when it stopped working for him.

  16. says

    Ghouliani said: “Jewish men have small cocks because they can’t use them after they get married,” Giuliani said, according to the transcript. “Whereas the Italian use them all their lives so they get bigger.”
    I reply: you are right in one thing, some Italian men become bigger prick over time.
    I remember a clip where a fluid was running down ghouliani’s face. His recent remarks seem to indicate that was his brain leaking out.
    I really enjoy Randy Rainbow.
    PZ said: It’s amazing what kind of filth has risen to the top of this country
    I reply: you are so correct. And, they will continue do everything they can to keep anyone who is decent, honest and caring from succeeding against their hateful, bigoted tyranny.

  17. williamhyde says

    Why do the Christians go on and on about a little execution in Judea?
    I mean, it was two thousand years ago, and the dude’s said to be
    immortal anyway. Get over it!

    Seriously, you don’t see gladiators taking Spartacus’ birthday off work.

  18. birgerjohansson says

    The notorious “zero tolerance” policy was not the cause of the drop in crime during his tenure as mayor in NY.
    During the previous mayor other policies had started in order to bring down crime. Rudy just took credit for it.

    I read somewhere about researchers concluding that the drop in crime had nothing to do with zero tolerance. But this was during the war on terror so the Overton window did not extend to actual research.

  19. says

    …they should “get over the Passover” because it was 3,000 years ago.

    That’s an interesting way to find out he doesn’t do Christmas.

    I’m assuming he doesn’t do Christmas, because otherwise he’s an anti-Semitic hypocrite and that couldn’t be right.

  20. says

    He was always like that.

    To the informed, that comes as no surprise.

    To the Mindless Anons Gone Amok, they like him even more.

    To those incapable of cynicism or political awareness, “h0w DiD tHi$ hApPeN?!?!?”

  21. brightmoon says

    Loved Roy Zimmerman’s doing 4 seasons total landscaping a parody of a Bob Dylan song

  22. microraptor says

    @23: IIRC, the biggest drops in NYC’s crime rate were credited to the ending of the crack epidemic and the city’s economic improvements, both of which started before he took office.

  23. hemidactylus says

    Yeah given that Jewish people keep recognizing this traditional Passover thing, why are Christians still obsessing over both Easter AND Christmas which are about the same person? Get over that Giuliani!

    Last I checked Jews aren’t forcing Passover on me in an act of cultural hegemony. Nor are they banging on my front door trying to convert me. Or shooting at me with space lasers, but there is this:

    I will give him one thing. Giuliani is a monster dick. He just couldn’t get over 9-11 when he was mayor of NYC and hosted SNL. Maybe it’s senile deterioration now that exacerbates his personality flaws, but he was a bit of an asshole already.

  24. StevoR says

    @ ^ hemidactylus & # 24. Tabby Lavalamp : …they (Jewish people) should “get over the Passover” because it was 3,000 years ago.

    WAit, what? Does Rudy really NOT know that there’s a Passover (Pesach) every year, the same as there’s an Easter, a Christmas, a Diwali , a Hannukah, an Eid al-Fitr, etc .. after living for decades in New York of all places? Staggering ignorance. Just, staggering.

    @18. lotharloo : “If Guiliani had won, he probably would have been an average US president in terms of horribleness.”

    Really? Who would he have been better than? Okay, Trump certainly, Bush the lesser probly, Nixon maybe, probly John Tyler, James Buchan & Marty Van Buren* but really other than the very worst examples of POTUSés (POTi?) who would Rudy have likely been better than and what would his presidency have meant and led to? Actually come to think of it, on his recent performances like, well, this OP, and what’s been revealed of his character since being Trump’s lawyer-complice esp his role with Jan 6th I’m not that sure he’d have been better than any of them maybe equal with Trump.

    I’ll be honest the main reason I’ve heard of those historical ones is here :

  25. lotharloo says


    Fair enough and I’ve not surveyed all American presidents but a lot of them were racist jackasses and also right now it is the anniversary of the only US president who dropped two atomic bombs on Japanese cities. But one point is that we don’t know how many hundreds of thousands of civilians Guiliani would have killed. He was also the mayor of a major American city which goes to show you how you can hide your horribleness in the age of media and being a major officially elected person. Are we sure for example that Reagan is actually a better person than Guiliani? We now know he actually was an extreme racist but he had it hidden for a very long time. I think they could actually be around the same ballpark.

  26. Reginald Selkirk says

    Does Rudy really NOT know that there’s a Passover (Pesach) every year

    Clearly he is referring to the original passover, which is commemorated every year. You know, when the fictional Jews enslaved in Egypt marked their doorposts with blood so the omniscient YHWH would know which houses to skip over in his genocidal spree.

  27. birgerjohansson says

    Having read The Memories of God (about the Old Testament), most books by Bart Ehrman (new testament), The Ark Before Noah (the Mesopotamian Flood myth) and archaeology books about the material culture of the bronze age/ iron age transition I am very, very unimpressed by the level of knowledge displayed by the average christians.

    (and the average jews and muslims, but that is another matter)

  28. Pierce R. Butler says

    birgerjohansson @ # 36: … The Memories of God (about the Old Testament)…

    Did you maybe mean The Memoirs of God by Mark Smith? Memories ~ is a Christian theologian’s, uh, memoir…

  29. jrkrideau says

    @ 36 birgerjohansson
    The Ark Before Noah
    Have you seen the video? The book is a delight but Finkel is superb in the movie.

  30. wzrd1 says

    Reginald Selkirk @ 35, Rudy wants to Cancel Christmas!!! NuKe ThE wOrLd!!!!!!!!!111!!

    Yeah, some of this shit makes me want to consider day drinking. But, it hurts my eyes.
    Alas, my liver still refuses to fail.

    But, I counter all that inanity with, “Jesus was a Jew”.
    A few counter with “Jesus was a Christian!”.
    “No wonder he was executed, that’s a capitol offense, trying to replace God, his father, he was rightfully executed and is going to HeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Disgraced, they wander off to kick random rocks.

  31. wzrd1 says

    In a military context, most think of neutralizing an adversary as simply killing them.
    This is simply oversimplified and entirely untrue.
    Disparagement, disgracing or otherwise neutralizing an argument frequently accomplishes that very same goal in a simple argument, aka debate. Well, less polite debate.
    Disgrace their viewpoint entirely enough that the populace agrees that it’s an idiotic viewpoint, one has one the day and only ego was harmed.
    I far prefer to killing an ego over killing a man, despite being proficient at both.
    Killing the view wins the day, as you’ve removed the cloud from above your sunshine via a simple, easily understood observation of mutual loss vs universal loss.
    I’m not a statesman, I’m not a scholar, although I’d probably enjoy the boredom of a lab, I think on my feet, attack idiocy with devastating efficacy and I always, always use a no holds barred view on such attacks, either intellectually, politically or well, scientifically.
    Because, in science, there can be no quarter possible. Reality always wins the day, comprehension only may come later.
    And science is conflict, against the worst adversary imaginable, nature itself.
    Political bullshit comes last, as bullshit is trivially disposed of via facts and presented documentation.
    Rudy’s on schedule to be disbarred, first in D.C., later, consecutively in states that mistakenly admitted him to the bar. One addresses numbers of states disbarring him, number of states in disbarment proceedings, undermine the credibility of the faded “America’s Mayor” and play up his misplays as advancing age.
    Yes, it’s ageism, but being over 60, I’ll happily utilize it myself, even against my own age group, because it literally does become a factor with aging.
    Grow old, lose capability, lose capability, grow fear. Fear of losing relevance and well, fear of losing capability of managing one’s daily life activities.
    My only fear is losing the latter and well, I’ve the means to prevent that. I’ve no intent of becoming another Omar Bradley, spoon fed, not even knowing himself at the end. If one euthanizes an animal in agony, one should allow that to a peer. If not, I’ll be the eldest terrorist in the history of the universe.
    That choice is forced and freedom wins. Weapons are trivial even now to fabricate.
    Just for full context, I have absolutely no intent of harming anyone that hasn’t actually harmed or is harming me.
    Others, know, I do have a major character flaw, which I readily acknowledge, I am one vindictive bastard from hell. I’ll even get you from beyond the grave, just to prove a point.

    Now, that terrorizes the terrorists. Every. Damned. Time.
    Even our own.

  32. John Morales says

    My only fear is losing the latter and well, I’ve the means to prevent that.

    I’m no psychologist, but this is a bit of a worry.

    Hang in there, wzrd1. May your attitude be the last thing that goes.

  33. wzrd1 says

    John, I’m not a psychologist, but I’ve had a number of psych courses.
    It’s worked well for me, analyzing goals and triggers. Kept some from going off for no good reason when interacting with them within a military context.
    The converse side, regrettable, but militarily necessary.
    Upside is, my commanders feared me being angry, but I’m rarely actually angry.
    For the US general temper, that, I have grave reservations upon, it’s that tilted and I actually do have evidence on one source. Alas, that’s classified, as is the supporting source.
    Some want to topple a superpower, hoping to supplant it. Currently, mixed in views on the wisdom of destabilizing a nuclear armed, super-naval powered nation. And trading partner, one nation owning a substantial amount of our debt.
    Yeah, my laser is diffused in focus. I pay attention to all children on the playground, not just my own.

  34. John Morales says

    I pay attention to all children on the playground, not just my own.

    Good. And you know the first rule of any rescue situation, no?

  35. wzrd1 says

    Don’t become another victim of an emergency. Lest the rescuer need rescue him or herself.
    Hence, never let the suicidal patient get between you and the door.

  36. wzrd1 says

    To improve the response, Scene Safety is always rule #1.
    Hell, we just got another scene safety lesson, when a dog fell into an underground cistern in Texas and three hunters joined the dog to drown, in an attempt at rescue without adequate equipment or even a plan.
    I literally watched a teen die, rather than go into an unstable, overturned car. Welcome to the wonderful world of EMS, potentially get entrapped and killed while your kids and wife watch or wait until the wreck is stabilized and one has equipment available.
    For those wanting to know, Harvey Wallbanger was drunkenly driving in his T-bird, tee-boned a Caddy with 5 teens in it, flipped it 3 1/2 times before it landed on its roof, ejecting the driver through the front seat passenger, killing her instantly via massive c-spine injury. He was outside of the vehicle with a depressed skull of over 4 cm fracture depth and began agonal respiration upon my arrival. Respiration initially absent.
    Three backseat passengers were present, one deceased already, one audibly weakening due to crush injuries, one remained amazingly stable and survived.
    The vehicle was still rocking, so entry wasn’t an option, lest it destabilize further, entrapping rescuer and rescuees even more.
    Harvey got a proper sentence, although what it was entirely escapes my memory.
    There’s still a monument of stuffed toys at that intersection today, well over two decades later.
    Total Christmas Party killer.
    Never allow Jack Daniels to be your copilot.
    And names changed to protect the guilty.

  37. wzrd1 says

    Oh, the hardest lesson to learn in EMS is, “It isn’t your problem, don’t make it your problem or you can’t properly do your job”.
    It’s taught, but not truly learned, save via experience.
    One learns it firsthand or one washes out, being incapable of coping.
    Some ethanol helps for some, becomes a problem for others, physiology and all.

  38. StevoR says

    @ ^ wzrd1 : Respect. I can only begin to imagine experiencing that and how that would affect you. No words suffice really..