There are signs that Rudy "Tooty" Giuliani's campaign is becoming uncomfortable with the visibility of his extremist foreign policy advisors, particularly Norman "Bomb Iran Now" Podhoretz, and Daniel "Bomb Iran Yesterday" Pipes. As these two neoconservatives are making the interview rounds with the press, they are proving to be not ready for prime time, much less a political campaign, as their extreme, belligerent views are aired. "Pod" keeps pushing for an immediate military strike on Iran.
Rudy Tooty himself is increasingly seen as an ill-informed, authoritarian "small man in search of a balcony" (as writer Jimmy Breslin once described him). And the "mainstream" opinion leaders are beginning to notice these nutjobs advising another nutjob that has a chance to be the next President.