Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times
Rudy Giuliani is a candidate of contradictions. He supports abortion rights but has referenced Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. as the kind of judges he would choose if he were president. As mayor of New York he supported policies that benefited illegal immigrants, but now says he would have happily swept out all 400,000 in his city if only the federal government had cooperated. He has supported gay rights, has been married three times and has performed at events while dressed as a woman, but he has drawn the endorsement of Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson.