First, he tells Obama not to talk about his past drug-use, even though Obama isn't really bringing it up and is being forthright when asked. Now, he reminds voters that Giuliani has been married twice. Look: no one is or should be electing a saint. And there comes a point at which moral preening about a squeaky clean private life comes off as icky.

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