From the beginning, Rudy Giuliani has been betting his White House run on the so-called late state strategy, bypassing Iowa and New Hampshire and spending most of his time and money on races in more populous states, where way more convention delegates are at stake. A week from Tuesday is the first (and probably last) big test of that strategy (which has never, ever worked, by the way), the primary election in Florida.
Rudy is hoping his name recognition and strong posturing on national security will help him among Florida's aging, largely retired population. He's also hoping most of those eldery retirees will be sufficiently deaf or preoccupied with watching soap operas and building birdfeeders to have missed how shamelessly Giuliani has positioned the murders of 3,000 people on September 11, 2001 as his primary qualification to be president.
In case a few of them missed it, an organization allied with the Giuliani campaign has produced the poster below, with which they are currently wallpapering most of Florida in preparation for the January 29 primary: