Provided Club for Growth finds the letter to their liking (what’s not to like?) this seems to have worked out to Rudy’s benefit. Which makes me wonder why Club for Growth didn’t privately ask the Giuliani camp about his comments. Was the exchange of letters publically designed to get Rudy’s tax record out front and center just when New Hampshire –where no state income tax and fiscal responsibility are key — comes into focus as a possible break through state for Rudy? Perhaps. As for New Hampshire, Rudy is going there next week, boosted by the good poll numbers and the recognition that while NH remains a must win for Romney, a win there for Rudy could give him a significant leg up heading into Florida and February 5.
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