2007_06_edwards.jpgPresidential hopeful John Edwards targeted New York son Rudy Giuliani during a speech. The Democratic candidate had earlier called President Bush's "war on terror" a "bumper sticker," which prompted Giuliani to say, "This is not a bumper sticker; the war is a real war."

Yesterday, Edwards laid into Rudy by saying, "If Mayor Giuliani believes what President Bush has done is good and wants to embrace it and run a campaign for the presidency saying, 'I will give you four more years of what he's given you,' then he's allowed to do that. He'll never be elected President of the United States, but he's allowed to do that." Snap! Giuliani's campaign responded, "John Edwards' track record of predicting election outcomes speaks for itself." Double snap or half snap?

And whodathunkit: Former senator Fred Thompson is the second most popular Republican running - after Giuliani - according to Quinnipiac.