What a hypocrite. Rudy has no problem selling his soul for some wingnut love.
Rudy Giuliani is finally going to talk about something besides 9/11 (actually, that's a guess, and we'll probably be proven wrong), and he's coming to 2008-election-ignored Philadelphia to do it. On a day when social conservatives and the far right are increasingly worried that the former New York mayor is too liberal on their cultural issues, Giuliani will visit Geno's in South Philly, all so he can order a cheesesteak in front of a sign that says: "This is America -- When Ordering, Speak English.".
Immediately below the sign, it says "Management Reserves the Right to Refuse Service." Just a coincidence, owner Joey Vento will tell you...read on
Will he answer his cell phone when his wife calls over at Geno's?
Rudy: How are you honey? Where am I? (winks at Joey) I'm over here in Philly, with my good pal Joey Vento---having a tasty cheese-steak and bashing a few Latinos, how about you? I know I was a big supporter of immigrant rights, but hey, I'm running for President. Back to Will Bunch:
Once upon a time, in the mid-1990s, when he was the mayor of one of the most liberal cities in America, Giuliani fought with the federal government on behalf of immigrants, including the undocumented, while seeking public funds to help immigrants win citizenship and defending the right of police and hospital workers not to ask immigration status. Her even said: "I believe the anti-immigration movement in America is one of our most serious public problems."