Paul Krugman notes that Rudy Giuliani's running around the country saying things about health care policy that aren't true, and wonders "Why isn’t Mr. Giuliani’s behavior here considered not just a case of bad policy analysis but a character issue?" It's a good question.

Meanwhile, Joe Conason and Ezra Klein note that he's also a huge hypocrite — the health insurance Giuliani claims was so superior to government-provided health care was . . . provided by the government.

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