Former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani has jumped into Kentucky's Senate race not just because he's a nationally known Republican—it's because the two Republican candidates have been talking about 9/11! Rand Paul—yes, son of Rep. Ron Paul (R)—and Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson are vying to take retiring Senator Jim Bunning's seat, and the race is so heated that Paul aired an ad showing footage of NYC and the Pentagon on 9/11, which made Grayson upset enough to roll out an ad saying that Paul thinks America deserved the 9/11 attacks...and then Paul put out another one... Seriously, check out these ads:

Giuliani threw his support behind Grayson, "Trey Grayson is the candidate in this race who will make the right decisions necessary to keep America safe and prevent more attacks on our homeland. He is not part of the 'blame America first' crowd that wants to bestow the rights of U.S. citizens on terrorists and point fingers at America for somehow causing 9/11." Grayson has been trailing Paul by the double digits; a "self-described Glenn Beck enthusiast" told CQ Politics he was leaning towards Grayson—until he saw him speak, "He sounded to me like a party hack."