(Giuliani dropped out of the race on Jan. 30, 2008, after finishing a distant third in Florida's Jan. 29 Republican primary. He then endorsed John McCain.)
Setting an artificial timetable for withdrawal from Iraq now would be a terrible mistake, because it would only embolden our enemies. Iraq is only one front in the larger war on terror, and failure there would lead to a broader and bloodier regional conflict in the near future. Building an accountable Iraq will assist in reducing the threat of terrorism.
Giuliani's Web site: "You face bullies, tyrant and terrorists with strength, not weakness. We need a stronger military, not a weaker military; we need stronger intelligence services, not weaker intelligences services like we had in the 1990s." -Rudy Giuliani
YouTube video: Giuliani addresses a New Hampshire woman's question about his plan to keep U.S. troops in Iraq.
New York Times: Giuliani's Iraq Views May Provide Cover, Feb. 14, 2007
— Las Vegas Sun new media managing editor Dave Toplikar compiled this report.