2008_08_rudysum.jpgWell, according to the NY Times, he's busy with his consulting firm Giuliani Partners, working on his upcoming Republican National Convention appearance, and getting ready for next week's Democratic National Convention (to respond to any Dem statements). And he's not crying over the spilled milk of his presidential campaign. A former aide described Giuliani, post-New Hampshire, “Once the campaign was over, he was happy to let go. When the decision was made to concede, 90 percent of the questions were about how to do it in a way that would help McCain. He didn’t spend a lot of time on the couch, down in the dumps.” And maybe when the national election is over, he'll have time to think about Albany.