Tito, I mean, not the bespectacled revenant he just schooled:
Hannity needs to not talk so much when Tito could be using that time to further humiliate Colmes. I'd make a joke about why the walls of Colmes' throat are so raw, considering his unfailing service on behalf of Obama, but I'm trying to keep this blog as PG-13 as possible.
If these crybabies act like this when a construction worker has the unmitigated gall to question their infallibility, just think how they'll feel in 2 weeks when the whole country does.
We the Politicians?
We the Reporters?
We the Pundits?
We the Pollsters?
We the Academics?
We the Actors?
We the Comedians?
We the Worms?
We the Shadowy Left-Wing Billionaires with Unnerving Accents?
Okay, that last one was way too many words, but you get the idea. This crap isn't working on me, and the harder they try to get me to stay home on Nov. 4, the harder I circle my calendar.
And on that note, please enjoy David "Indigestible Waste" Corn getting schooled by a Colombian-born construction worker and McCain voter named Tito Munoz. You can skip the first 80 seconds of Obamanchurian boilerplate if you want to get to the good stuff. And note how the still image they used was one of the wackjobs selling those stupid bumper stickers, who got clowned for it by McCain supporters:
"Let me talk," Munoz said to Corn. "I know the Constitution, and I know my First Amendment -- "
"I'm not the state," Corn said. "I can't take that right away from you."
"No, no," Munoz shot back. "Even the state, the state cannot take that right away."
"Right, right," Corn quickly agreed.
"Nobody can take that away," Munoz said.
Having a camera pointed at you or a desk in a newsroom does not make you a genius, and having a hard hat and a toolbelt does not make you a dummy. These guys still don't get that, which is why they're going to blow it.
Obama wanted to whip up a class war, but somehow I don't think this was what he had in mind.
"But Jim," you're saying, "Tito Munoz would be constitutionally ineligible because he's not a natural-born citizen." Well, when has that ever stopped anybody?
P.S. Here's the original article. Tito rules, and David Corn proves why he's named after a vegetable commonly embedded in feces.
Shorter Corn: "How dare that guy ask about taxes, when he's got a property tax lien he didn't even know about until Obama's oppo researchers dug it up? Er, I mean the media. Anyway, let's talk about anything but Obama's socialist worldview."