Rudy Giuliani has opinions about stuff and things, and you're gonna hear about it whether you like it or not: following his anti-Occupy Wall Street bums rant last month, Giuliani weighed in on the battle to become the Republican presidential pinata candidate, and has come out in favor of Newt Gingrich: “My gut tells me right now as I look at it that Gingrich might actually be the stronger candidate,” Giuliani said on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight.” Well, now Rudy has something in common with Gary Busey besides a shared love of dressing in drag.

Most polls suggest that Gingrich and Mitt Romney are really the only two candidates vying for the nomination at this point, now that the Cain Train has pulled out of the station. But Giuliani thinks Gingrich has an ability to connect with the mythical "Reagan Democrats." Not that he's always been perfect: “Newt has his negatives. We all know them." It's not that surprising the twice-divorced Giuliani, who was once married to his cousin, might admire the thrice-married Gingrich over the only once-married Romney. At least neither Giuliani nor Gingrich are being hypocritical about their infidelities!

Giuliani added that despite Newt's occasional stumble, "one of his strengths he has is that he has a common touch. He is able to talk to people. He comes from a poor family. Understands poverty from that point of view. He doesn’t come from the American elite.” Of course, Gingrich does spend like the American elite.