The Carpetbagger Report on his literally unintelligible attempts to explain his position on "strict constructionist" judges.
One quirk of American politics is that leading presidential candidates normally go into the campaign with little if any foreign policy experience. Most, however, at least recognize this as a problem and try to study up as part of the campaign effort. Giuliani comes to us as a rare duck -- a candidate whose signature issue is national security but who doesn't know anything about national security, and therefore won't study. Result: Nonsense, combined with temperamental authoritarianism.Emphasis mine. But who needs competence when you've got myth-making?