MSM gets verbal Colombian necktie

Via Dave in Texas at Ace’s:

Someone asked why Munoz had come to the rally. “I support McCain, but I’ve come to face you guys because I’m disgusted with you guys,” he said. “Why the hell are you going after Joe the Plumber? Joe the Plumber has an idea. He has a future. He wants to be something else. Why is that wrong? Everything is possible in America. I made it. Joe the Plumber could make it even better than me. . . . I was born in Colombia, but I was made in the U.S.A.”

Tito’s last line there gave me goosebumps.
Read all about Tito the Construction worker – and Rosie the Teacher and Phil the Bricklayer and a bunnch of other “Joe the Plumbers” – right here.
UPDATE (Henry):
Quote of the day:

I was born in Colombia, but I was made in the U.S.A.
-Tito the Construction Worker

You really have to read the piece at NRO.

4 thoughts on “MSM gets verbal Colombian necktie”

  1. Just goes to show that a good chunk of first-generation immigrants are ripe for the Republican picking if Republicans had any clue on how to attract these folks.

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