Perhaps I missed a mention in Dallas' Only Daily, but it says here that Rudy Giuliani has a new team of media consultants -- and they're right here, but of course. Giuiliani's now in business with Scott Howell & Company, the Market Street-based firm teeming with Republican image-makers and campaign-breakers. Surely, you recall SH&C's fine work for the Republican National Committee in Tennessee -- that infamous "Harold, call me" ad that smeared Democrat Harold Ford Jr. and had even his Republican opponent crying foul. If not, let's take another look. What do you think they can do with this picture, Rudy? --Robert Wilonsky
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