Rupert Murdoch to allow spirited discussion between Paul, Guiliani

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Wednesday, 23 May 2007

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New York, NY -(FP) In a surprising move, due to growing pressure after the second GOP debate in South Carolina, Rupert Murdoch will allow Congressman Ron Paul and former Governor Rudolph Giuliani to have a spirited discussion about foreign policy.

Murdoch, who was picking his teeth with a machete during our interview, said, "G'day mate, I think a discussion about American foreign policy is fair dinkum. Regardless of the applause that night, I think Guiliani looked a fair bit drongo. Guiliani should be given a chance to dobber-up, and I would be a dead dingo's donger if I didn't give him that chance, mate! Now, if you'd excuse me, I'm off to the boozer."

Ron Paul, who was working the speed bag in his office while giving us the interview, was said to be pleased to be able to debate Guiliani in an open forum. "I really, really look forward to seeing what he has to say about our involvement in the Middle East and how it has affected the region and the feelings of the Islamic people toward America."

Guiliani, who was in line behind Edwards in closing their Sudanese oil accounts, could not be contacted for immediate comment, but a spokesman for his campaign had this to say, "Guiliani is a very busy man because of 9/11 and does not have time to discuss politics about third world, er ah, I mean third tier candidates."

By the request of Murdoch, the debate will be sponsored by Fosters and hosted in Rupert Murdock's private residence to a private audience.

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