A lot of political definition is determined by your friends and by your enemies. Some politicians ask to be judged by their friends. Rudy is just as happy to be judged by his enemies: Arafat, the ACLU, the New York Times and Al Sharpton. I think a dichotomized world view with good and bad guys is what underlies much of his appeal — and drives his enemies to distraction.
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