Like other Republicans these days, former mayor Rudy Giuliani defended John McCain's selection of running mate Sarah Palin. He told CNN's Wolf Blitzer, "We have the ticket in the right order. We have got the most experienced candidate on the top... We've got the younger candidate of the next generation on the bottom of the ticket... [Democrats have] got it kind of reversed. They got the guy with all the experience at the bottom of the ticket.'' AND he gave the ultimate approval this morning: When asked by Good Morning America if "she were the president on 9/11, you would have been confident?" Giuliani said, "I'd be confident that she'd be able to handle it. She's been a governor of a state, she's been mayor of a city." Tonight, Giuliani and Palin will speak at the RNC.